A high school on the Gulf Coast of Florida is home to three players who already ahve Michigan offers.
Enoch Smith Jr., a 2014 DL, has nine offers including Notre Dame, and he's being tracked closely by Michigan and Ohio State.
This fall, one year after his father's death, Orlando Brown Jr. will take the field as a varsity player with his choice of college offers, honoring his father with every snap of the ball.
Maurice Hurst Jr. has gone from 5-9 freshman afterthought to 6-2, 290-pound rising senior DT prospect with several major offers.
With 2013 recruiting two-thirds completed, the Wolverines have started looking at 2014 prospects. Here are seven sophomores Michigan has offered to date.
A look at how Michigan's 2013 recruiting class shakes out as April approaches.
Michigan has secured 10 commitments this month and is more than halfway home to its 2013 recruiting class. So what's left?
Tim Hardaway Jr. had his worst performance of the year at Michigan State, and Michigan is 2-4 when he doesn't reach double digits.
As Michigan sizes up its 2013 needs and targets, it appears as though depth on both lines will remain critical.
Michigan is basking in the glow of three in a row over Michigan State, adding spark to a rivalry that had been all Spartans for a while.
This week's mailbag asks about Denard Robinson's Heisman chances and the basketball team's chances of making the Final Four.
Michigan and Oakland were tied at the half then the Wolverines scored 58 points in the second half to earn the victory.
Tim Hardaway Sr. found it hard to find common ground with his namesake within the game they both loved. Only when he put aside being the former NBA All-Star in favor of being a dad did their relationship blossom.
Tim Hardaway Jr. paces the Wolverines with 15 points in an easy win over Towson.
When Brady Hoke speaks, people listen. They're just not sure what they're getting out of the coach.
2012 preferred walk-on WR Bo Dever was raised by a father who played at Michigan and nicknamed his son after his Hall of Fame coach.