WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The wide receivers have shown promise despite their youth.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about Michigan making a point to recruit more physical and bigger wide receivers
The Wolverines have made no secret of their desire to add wide receivers to this class, and they picked up a good one in Amara Darboh.
The switch to a new offense was a bit of a struggle for Michigan's wide receivers, though some did step up at times.
Michigan looks to put finishing touches on highly ranked class with a couple of wide receivers and a top offensive tackle.
Jordan Payton, ranked No. 25 nationally among wide receivers, enjoyed his official visit for the night game against Notre Dame and was dazzled by the atmosphere.
Wide receiver Roy Roundtree saw his numbers dip severely when Brady Hoke came aboard, but he kept his head up, remained a team leader and still made his fair share of big plays.
Brady Hoke and his staff have yet to land a marquee RB or WR in their short time at Michigan, but they have had success at those spots at other stops.
Hinsdale, Ill., 2014 tight end prospect Ian Bunting is adjusting to a change from wide receiver and a rapidly escalating recruiting process.
Michigan's 2014 WR targets.
Coveted ESPN 150 WR Laquon Treadwell has Michigan in his top three, but he isn't ready to pull the trigger until he sees more of the schools that have offered.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes that Michigan is still in the running for covered WR Laquon Treadwell, who might speed up his decision.
Dominique Booth has been raised in a family of successful football players, but the Class of 2014 wide receiver might be the best yet.
WR Laquon Treadwell brought his mom on this visit to Michigan, which figures to be a good sign for the Wolverines.
In many ways, Jehu Chesson is the antithesis of most highly touted Division I recruits. But, that's the way he likes it.
While most recruits base their decisions on connections with coaches, Amara Darboh was more concerned about connecting with teammates. That's why he committed to Michigan.