Michigan is down to five targets, and a few potential gray shirts. Cornerback Armani Reeves, tight end Sam Grant and offensive linemen Joshua Garnett, Jordan Diamond and Alex Kozan make up Michigan's final wish list.
Reeves, who earlier committed to Penn State, is also looking at Michigan and Ohio State. Reeves met with Hoke and secondary coach Curt Mallory Saturday and is expected to meet with Greg Mattison Tuesday.
Grant, who's a former teammate of Michigan commit Kyle Kalis, has narrowed his search down to Oklahoma, Michigan and Arkansas. A former Boston college commit, Grant could compete for playing time as a freshman.
Diamond, a former high school teammate of Michigan offensive tackle Chris Bryant, recently visited Ann Arbor.
The (Michigan) visit stacks up pretty high, he told scout.com's Sam Webb. I had a good time on all of my visits, but this one was kind of different. I don’t want to say it’s at the top because I don’t want to be misconstrued… but it was pretty high.
Garnett, a 5-Star recruit from just outside Seattle, was scheduled to meet with head coach Brady Hoke and offensive line coach Darrell Funk Sunday night. Garnett will decide between Michigan, Stanford and Notre Dame Thursday afternoon.
Kozan—who's narrowed his choices to Michigan, Iowa and Auburn—will decide after he meets with Coach Hoke later this week.
Potential gray shirts are quarterback Brian Cleary of University of Detroit Jesuit High School and offensive tackle Dan Gibbs of Birmingham Seaholm.
The longest of long shots, 5-Star wide receiver Stefon Diggs, has yet to commit. Diggs remains an interest to Michigan fans because he and Wolverine cornerback Blake Countess were high school teammates in Maryland.