Chicago OT Jordan Diamond has been moving along slowly, but he says that doesn't mean Michigan is out of his mix.
Ten wins, BCS bowl haven't yielded a slew of commits, but in his weekly recruiting mailbag, WolverineNation's Tom VanHaaren says there's still time.
Michigan would like to fill two spots in the 2012 class with offensive linemen, and the coaches already have made a bunch of offers in the trenches for 2013.
The Wolverines have only four spots to fill in the 2012 class, and they will take whoever commits first.
Michigan looks to put finishing touches on highly ranked class with a couple of wide receivers and a top offensive tackle.
Michigan can't fill its roster with all Midwest prospects. It only makes sense that this staff is mining California, where it spent time establishing relationships with high school coaches while at San Diego State.
2012 OT prospect Jordan Diamond has a former teammate at Michigan, and he and the Wolverines have mutual interest.
The Wolverines are almost done with their 2012 class; they'll look to close strong with a couple of key need positions.
Michigan will look to add an elite offensive lineman and a wide receiver to this class, Tom VanHaaren writes in his recruiting mailbag.