Michigan was set to pass on future All-American center Steve Everitt because he didn't fit their recruiting criteria for offensive linemen.
Michigan's 2014 OL targets.
Michigan's offensive linemen are expected to be among the team's most physical players, establishing a relentless, aggressive nature at the point of attack.
Five-star OL Ethan Pocic has a Michigan offer, but he's planning to take his time, as well as take visits throughout the country.
OL Colin McGovern attends the same high school as former Iowa G Eric Steinbach, the Big Ten lineman of the year in 2002. Dave Ernst, who coached both, sees similarities.
2013 OL prospect Ethan Pocic is 66, 280 pounds, already has offers from Notre Dame, Michigan State and Wisconsin, and attends the same high school as current Michigan center David Molk. It's fair to say the Wolverines are keeping an eye on him.
Michigan's search for offensive linemen for the 2013 class is reaching far and wide for the best in the nation.
Michigan offensive lineman Patrick Omameh has formed a special bond with 6-year-old Faith Falzon, who suffers from a rare life-threatening disease.
Downers Grove, Ill., offensive lineman Erik Swenson can't drive a car, but the Class of 2016 prospect is already driving back helpless defenders.
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.
2014 prospect Nic Weishar has the prototypical size and skill set be be an impact tight end at the next level.
Defensive end Craig Roh is moving to the strong side, where coordinator Greg Mattison envisions him making more big plays for the Michigan defense.
Chicago OT Jordan Diamond has been moving along slowly, but he says that doesn't mean Michigan is out of his mix.
Kyle Kalis upset Ohio State fans when he decommitted. His subsequent pledge to Michigan didn't curry any favor, either.
2012 OT prospect Jordan Diamond has a former teammate at Michigan, and he and the Wolverines have mutual interest.