Reon Dawson got help in flipping to Michigan from high school teammate Mike McCray, a longtime Wolverines commit.
Ohio native Mike McCray got his fair share of hassle for spurning Ohio State for Michigan, but he said he felt more comfortable in Ann Arbor right away.
When the final seconds of Michigan's 42-17 Senior Day victory over Iowa wound down, the Wolverines' Class of 2013 realized that they'll be suited up for Michigan's next home game.
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.
Damien Harris, a 2015 RB prospect in Kentucky, already has a Michigan offer and will visit Ann Arbor for the Michigan State game.
When a prospect calls a coach to tell him he's committing, it touches off a celebration. The flip side is what comes after, when the same prospect must inform the programs he isn't chosshing.
WolverineNation continues its position-by-position analaysis of Michigan during the nonconference schedule with a look at the running backs.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about Michigan making a point to recruit more physical and bigger wide receivers
Michigan will send seven commitments to The Opening, and they're eager to test themselves and prove they deserve their No. 1 ranking as a class.
Michigan kept the same 11 commits in the updated ESPN 150, including risers Jourdan Lewis and Shane Morris.
Six Michigan commits made it to the Columbus NFTC and four came away with invites to The Opening.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes that Michigan will turn up the heat on other DL prospects after Christian Lacouture committed elsewhere.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
Michigan's torrid recruiting start has the Wolverines in contention for the No. 1 recruiting class, but plenty of schools will challenge Michigan for that title.
In part one of an anonymous survey, Michigan's outgoing seniors talk frankly about which teammates they'd go to battle with, which will break out and Rich Rodriguez.