A high school on the Gulf Coast of Florida is home to three players who already ahve Michigan offers.
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.
Bigger than his peers growing up, Upland, Calif., DE Joe Mathis learned on the fly against older kids, something that has helped him become a national recruit.
Ra'Shaad Samples catches a lot of flack because he's a coach's kid. After a stellar junior season and with recruiters in hot pursuit, he's silencing the doubters.
A kid with a soccer background and little knowledge of the intricacies of football impressed Georgia coach Mark Richt so much with his punts that Collin Barber was offered a scholarship by Richt on the spot -- and he took it on the spot.
Michigan looks to restock the shelves at tight end, a spot mostly ignored during the Rich Rodriguez era.
Steve Bisheff recalls the great moments he had with Loel Schrader, a former USC beat writer, who passed away Thursday at the age of 87.
The Tigers have gotten production from unexpected places in recent seasons. Here are a few players to keep an eye on entering Spring.
Questions abounded about the Michigan secondary, but new position coach Curt Mallory fashioned a unit that was more than serviceable.
Brady Hoke must replenish his defensive line after this season, meaning the ends and tackles in the 2012 class could see early playing time.
USC played an outstanding game against Washington. But its hard to really focus on that with Oregon on deck.
2012 DB commit Jarrod Wilson already has learned what it takes to be a Michigan ma. His coach at Akron Buchtel is Ricky Powers, who played at Michigan in the early 1990s.