A look at commitments and targets for Michigan on the defensive side in 2014.
Former Michigan defensive tackle Will Campbell finally lived up to his potential in his senior season after admittedly being "lazy" when he came to Ann Arbor.
Denzel Ward has struck up a friendship with 2013 commit Logan Tuley-Tillman, which helped Michigan secure the 2014 OT's commitment.
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 OT Tommy Doles didn't get caught up in the hype at Michigan's home opener and liked his inside look at the program.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
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.
Offensive tackle Mark Huyge appreciated the up-and-down journey of his Michigan career, especially how it came together his senior season.
Defensive tackle Mike Martin will always cherish the way his career ended, with wins over Ohio State and over Virgnia Tech in the Sugar Bowl.
Defensive tackle Will Heininger made the journey from walk-on to starter as a senior, but an injury cost him his final game, the Sugar Bowl.
Recruited by Hoke at San Diego State, California OL prospect Erik Magnuson hardly hesitated to consider -- and commit to -- Michigan State when Hoke moved Midwest.
Puyallup, Wa., tackle Joshua Garnett is focused on final exams, even as he narrows his football recruiting finalists to Michigan, Notre Dame and Stanford.
Seniors Mike Martin and Ryan Van Bergen led a resurgent unit that brought Michigan's defense back to what it should be.
Michigan looks to put finishing touches on highly ranked class with a couple of wide receivers and a top offensive tackle.
Brady Hoke must replenish his defensive line after this season, meaning the ends and tackles in the 2012 class could see early playing time.
2012 OT commit Ben Braden has left tackle size (6-7, 325 pounds), surprising quickness and solid technique.