A look at commitments and targets for Michigan on the defensive side in 2014.
Dan Samuelson flipped from Nebraska to Michigan because it's much closer to his Indiana home.
Derrick Green said Michigan's academics, tradition and depth chart moved it to the top of his depth chart.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes that fans should be very excited about Derrick Green but not lose sight of other RB commits Deveon Smith and Wyatt Shallman.
Maurice Hurst saw interest pick up long after his commitment to Michigan, but he didn't waver.
Channing Stribling made a decision to play cornerback on the summer circuit and it paid off with an offer and subsequent commitment to Michigan.
Ben Gedeon brings speed to the Michigan linebacker corps.
Jaron Dukes is a big receiver who can go up and get the ball in a crowd, something the Michigan Wolverines will need.
Shane Morris has endured the hype of being a highly rated QB prospect, but he's glad it's over and he's ready to start his career at Michigan.
Deveon Smith has been largely overlooked, but he says he's ready to come in and compete at running back, a position of need for Michigan.
Patrick Kugler has the kind of talent and attitude that are reminiscent of recent Michigan All-American David Molk.
Logan Tuley-Tillman will serve the community in Ann Arbor as well as he serves the Wolverines.
Jake Butt, an Ohio kid from a Notre Dame family, hopes to make an immediate impact at Michigan.
Dymonte Thomas repelled Ohio State's best advances and looks to contribute right away for Michigan.
In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes Brad Bournival from BuckeyeNation to discuss the Michigan-Ohio State recruiting battle.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes about the most recent commits and what those numbers will do to the rest of the 2013 class.