While Michigan's coaching staff is doing fine on its own on the recruiting trail, some of its commitments have picked up the ball and run with it, too.
Tight end Kevin Koger has earned high marks for his play during practices leading up to Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.
Steve Bisheff feels that Notre Dame is a crucial turning point for the Trojans and wonders which Carson Palmer will show up in Oakland.
Michigan's policy of commitments not being permitted to visit other programs once they've pledged to the Wolverines is a lesson in how a program can assure prospects are certain and unwavering in their decision.
Urban Meyer's hire at Ohio State will have far-reaching implications in Big Ten recruiting circles, particularly for Brady Hoke and Michigan.
Brady Hoke already must face his former team, San Diego State. It's not easy, say coaches who've been through it.
Mentor (Ohio) DE Tom Strobel uses non-stop motor to pressure the quarterback, recruit other players to Michigan.
Michigan's search for offensive linemen for the 2013 class is reaching far and wide for the best in the nation.
Tireless recruiters Brady Hoke and Greg Mattison can pitch prospects on early playiing time, especially on defense, where Michigan's depth is sorely lacking.
New Michigan coach Brady Hoke has raided Ohio in building a strong recruiting class for 2012.