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.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes about the battle for Chicago and how hit might pick up between Michigan and Notre Dame.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The offensive line has struggled in the running game, but it had its best outing against Notre Dame.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The defense line features three new starters and has taken time to jell, but it just might be coming around.
Michigan's 2014 OL targets.
Parker (Colo.) Ponderosa High football coach Jamie Woodruff grew up a Michigan fan, so when one of his players, Chris Fox, committed to the Wolverines
Michigan's offensive line haul in this cycle borders on ridiculous already, as all five OL commits are in the initial ESPN 150.
Patrick Kugler, son of Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler, has been in any number of impressive NFL stadiums. But the Wolverines commitment was blown away by an empty Michigan Stadium.
Kyle Bosch and his mother, Tracey, are taking a unique stance on recruiting, seeking out freshmen who seldom play to get the college experience.
Brady Hoke and his staff reeled in a signing class topped by four big men who make up one of the deepest Michigan offensive line classes in recent memory.
Denard Robinson and Fitzgerald Toussaint give Michigan's 2012 depth chart some flash, but there are holes that need to be filled, especially in critical places such as the offensive line.
Michigan would like to fill two spots in the 2012 class with offensive linemen, and the coaches already have made a bunch of offers in the trenches for 2013.
David Molk is the leader of Michigan's offensive line, one of the team's most productive units.
In his keys to the game, Michael Rothstein writes of Michigan's need to stop Illinois' dynamic passing combination of Nathan Scheelhaase to A.J. Jenkins.
2012 OT commit Ben Braden gravitated toward hockey in his formative years, not developing a real passion for football until his sophomore year of high school.
The Wolverines will need to add prospects both at wide receiver and tight end to round out their 2012 class.