Signing Day is quickly approaching, which means Michigan will only be taking a few more players.
With 23 players already committed, the Wolverines will likely take anywhere from two to five more players.
Here's a look at the five biggest names Michigan is still in contention for, and a prediction on whether or not they will end up at Michigan.
With the recent loss of Caleb Stacey, Michigan will take at least one more (and possibly two or three) offensive lineman.
Kozan didn't come into the picture until late in the recruiting process for Michigan, but he is a very realistic candidate now.
In fact, he recently narrowed his list to three, and to many's surprise, Michigan made the list. Iowa and Auburn are his other two finalists, and it won't be long before a decision is made.
Jordan Diamond has been on Michigan's list for a long time, and was even considered to be its leader at one point.
However, as mentioned, that was a long time ago and a lot has changed since then.
His decision to wait to make an announcement until after Signing Day really turned Michigan's coaches off, and things looked bleak between the two at one point.
Things are looking better recently, though, as his Feb. 3 deciding date may not interfere with Michigan's plans after all.
With that being said, things are looking extremely positive again between Diamond and Michigan.
Ever since the loss of Anthony Standifer, Michigan has been searching for another cornerback in this class to go along with Terry Richardson.
Yuri Wright looked to be the best and most likely option, but things couldn't have gone downhill any faster. Now that he's out of the question, Armani Reeves definitely looks like the best (and only), option at cornerback.
However, his recruitment has been extremely tricky. Currently, he is technically committed to Penn State, but he is taking visits and looking heavily at two other schools: Ohio State and Michigan.
Reeves and high school teammate, Camren Williams, were once thought to be a package deal. Well, that didn't bode well for Michigan, seeing as how Williams is a linebacker and Michigan is already well stocked at the position.
With Williams recently committing to Ohio State (via Boston.com), it is unknown whether Reeves will follow him there or not.
It would not be a surprise to see him stick with Penn State, or see him end up at Ohio State or Michigan, either.
Honestly, I have no idea what he will do—he is one of the toughest recruits to predict. Your guess is as good as mine.
A recent commitment to Cal looked like the end of the recruiting process for Jordan Payton.
However, when key Cal recruiting assistant Tosh Lupoi left for Washington, it basically opened the process back up for not only Payton, but other key Bear commits as well.
Michigan only has two receivers committed, and landing a player like Payton would be huge. He is basically the only receiver left that Michigan has a realistic shot at.
However, UCLA and Washington are also strong contenders for Payton, and Cal isn't out of the question, either.
Joshua Garnett is easily the best player that Michigan is still after.
He is one of the premiere offensive linemen in the country, and landing him would only cement Michigan's offensive line group as the best in the country.
He will be announcing on Jan. 26—deciding between Michigan, Notre Dame and Stanford.
Adding Garnett would be an absolute perfect way for Michigan to start wrapping up this class.
He would fit in perfectly at Michigan, not only on the field, but off it as well. He is looking for a great football program and a school rich with academic tradition.
Hopefully, he will realize that Michigan is the place for him. Fans will, no doubt, be holding their breath once Jan. 26 rolls around.