The 2013 Michigan recruiting listed according to the ranking of each by ESPNU's recruiting staff.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes that fans should be very excited about Derrick Green but not lose sight of other RB commits Deveon Smith and Wyatt Shallman.
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.
Michigan's running backs are off to a slow start in 2012, which brings to mind recruiting at that position for next season and beyond.
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.
In his recruiting mailbag Tom Van Haaren writes that Michigan's early 2013 success has allowed it to get a jump on 2014 recruiting.
After a lull in the rivalry, Michigan and Ohio State are butting heads again on the recruiting trail, with neither Brady Hoke nor Urban Meyer willing to back down.
While a lot of schools prefer large junior day events, Michigan is going with multiple smaller, intimate weekends to get to know prospects.
Ten wins, BCS bowl haven't yielded a slew of commits, but in his weekly recruiting mailbag, WolverineNation's Tom VanHaaren says there's still time.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 offensive prospect with an offer from U-M.
Running back isn't a pressing need for the 2012 Michigan recruiting class, but it will be in 2013.
Six players from Michigan are on the ESPNU 150 Watch List for 2013, one of whom already has committed to Michigan.
Detroit Catholic Central junior running back/defensive end Wyatt Shallman brings a unique combination of athleticism and smarts to the table.
Michigan will look to add an elite offensive lineman and a wide receiver to this class, Tom VanHaaren writes in his recruiting mailbag.