Michigan's 2013 commits talk about the pros and cons of a possible early signing day for football.
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.
The 2013 commits all took official visits recently and said they already have formed a close bond.
Michigan 2013 WR commit Csont'e York, who helped guide his siblings through the death of their mother in 2005, will be the first member of his family to attend college.
2014 recruits finally find the time to focus on recruiting once their playoff runs end.
Enoch Smith Jr., a 2014 DL, has nine offers including Notre Dame, and he's being tracked closely by Michigan and Ohio State.
Denzel Ward is a 6-foot-9 OT prospect out of Chicago who set aside basketball to focus on football and has seen that move pay off.
Michigan is amon five finalists for top 2013 WR Laquon Treadwell, but the Illinois native is in no hurry to make his choice.
When a recruit gives a verbal commitment, it is a huge shift in any player's life and it's all predicated on a simple, inexplicable, gut feeling.
2014 prospects understand nothing might be more important than the highlight tapes from the first few games of their junior seasons.
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.
Corey Holmes, a 2014 WR prospect who's from Florida, never much cared for the in-state college powers. He always harbored dreams of playing for Michigan.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
When Michigan coach Red Berenson led the Wolverines to the playoffs in the 1990-91 season, he had no idea that it was just the start of a historic streak. But Michigan is making its 22nd consecutive postseason appearance.
The 2012 signees who didn't enroll early are following school guidelines for working out and eating right so they arrive on campus as ready to go as possible.
2013 defensive tackle Rod Crayton already bench-presses 450 pounds. The Alabama native has Michigan and a few SEC schools at the top of his list.