Michigan Football Recruiting: Top Targets, Positional Needs and Predictions

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Michigan Football Recruiting: Top Targets, Positional Needs and Predictions
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Michigan head coach Brady Hoke

The success of the 2011 campaign is barely behind them and the Michigan Wolverines head into National Signing Day (Feb.1) largely optimistic about the 2012 recruiting class.

Despite the recent de-commitment of offensive guard Caleb Stacey, Michigan will certainly finish with one the top recruiting classes in the nation.

Also taking into consideration Darryl Stonum's dismissal from the team, the Wolverines have sufficient scholarships to add four or five additional players.

In the next few slides, we'll take a look at who's already verbally committed,  where the team still needs help, and which of the prospects will actually become Wolverines. 

Finally, we'll predict how Michigan will rank with the other national powers. 

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