The 2013 Michigan recruiting listed according to the ranking of each by ESPNU's recruiting staff.
Michigan's 2013 commits have been active in the social media, but not without facing their fair share of problems.
Enrolling early is a complicated process that's not for everybody, but Michigan director of football operations Bob Lopez tries to make it a good experience.
Kyle Bosch is eager to join the Michigan Wolverines.
Logan Tuley-Tillman will serve the community in Ann Arbor as well as he serves the Wolverines.
In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes RecruitingNation's Kipp Adams and William Wilkerson to talk about how Michigan recruits fared at the national all-star games.
Six 2013 Michigan Wolverines commits will enroll early, anxious for what comes next.
Brady Hoke has put an emphasis on offensive line recruiting, and his efforts have yielded more four-star prospects in two years than Michigan has head in previous six seasons combined.
While Michigan's coaching staff is doing fine on its own on the recruiting trail, some of its commitments have picked up the ball and run with it, too.
Denzel Ward has struck up a friendship with 2013 commit Logan Tuley-Tillman, which helped Michigan secure the 2014 OT's commitment.
2014 prospects understand nothing might be more important than the highlight tapes from the first few games of their junior seasons.
Recruits say Michigan and Alabama have remarkably similar sales pitches. The key difference is pitchmen Brady Hoke and Nick Saban.
Brady Hoke isn't a fan of recruits enrolling early, preferring they enjoy their final year of high school, but he knows he can't stop the trend.
With 21 commitments -- 11 of whom are in the ESPN 150 -- 15 in the top 300, six invitees to The Opening in Oregon and seven committed to play in the Under Armour All-American game, Michigan has the best 2013 recruiting class in the country.
OSU-bound cornerback playing games before 'The Game'