Analysis reveals Brady Hoke and his staff typically send about three quarters of their offers outside of their prescribed 5-hour region, but they typically bring in three quarters of their prospects in each class from within their region.
In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes Brad Bournival from BuckeyeNation to discuss the Michigan-Ohio State recruiting battle.
The MaxEx event in Pontiac will draw more than 100 prospects from across the Midwest, including several Michigan targets.
More than 30 prospects in the 2014 class already have offers from Michigan and Ohio State. Tom VanHaaren takes a look at five of the bigger battles.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about Michigan's 2014 offer process.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about Michigan making a point to recruit more physical and bigger wide receivers
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about the fact Michael Ferns' commitment won't necessarily open the floodgates for 2014.
Michigan's offensive line haul in this cycle borders on ridiculous already, as all five OL commits are in the initial ESPN 150.
2014 DE Malik McDowell had a Michigan offer before he had his driver's license. At 6-6-, 270 and growing, his potential is scary.
With 2013 recruiting two-thirds completed, the Wolverines have started looking at 2014 prospects. Here are seven sophomores Michigan has offered to date.