The 2013 Michigan recruiting listed according to the ranking of each by ESPNU's recruiting staff.
In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes Craig Haubert to discuss Michigan's offensive and defensive line recruits.
Da'Mario Jones was mostly under the radar until his Michigan offer came, and he jumped on it.
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.
Taco Charlton comes to Michigan, where he hopes to get ready for the NFL while rooming with former high school rival Jake Butt.
Six 2013 Michigan Wolverines commits will enroll early, anxious for what comes next.
2013 WR Da'Mario Jones quickly switched from Central Michigan to Michigan once the Wolverines offered.
Michigan Wolverines 2013 defensive end commit Taco Charlton is leaving an indelible mark at Pickerington (Ohio) Central High School.
Michigan Wolverines 2013 tight end commit Jake Butt can do it all, including laundry.
Five things WolverineNation recruiting writer Tom VanHaaren learned from The Opening.
Brady Hoke isn't a fan of recruits enrolling early, preferring they enjoy their final year of high school, but he knows he can't stop the trend.
Michigan will send seven commitments to The Opening, and they're eager to test themselves and prove they deserve their No. 1 ranking as a class.
With 21 commitments -- 11 of whom are in the ESPN 150 -- 15 in the top 300, six invitees to The Opening in Oregon and seven committed to play in the Under Armour All-American game, Michigan has the best 2013 recruiting class in the country.
Michigan kept the same 11 commits in the updated ESPN 150, including risers Jourdan Lewis and Shane Morris.
Six Michigan commits made it to the Columbus NFTC and four came away with invites to The Opening.
The first installment of the ESPN 150 has a Maize and Blue feel, as Michigan leads the way with 11 commitments on the elite list.