Michigan Recruiting: 3 Huge Holes That the New Recruits Have to Fill

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Michigan Recruiting: 3 Huge Holes That the New Recruits Have to Fill
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Brady Hoke signed a strong recruiting class in 2012

Ranked as the seventh-best recruiting class in the nation, Brady Hoke signed 25 recruits for his first full class at the University of Michigan.

Due to graduating seniors and an overall lack of depth on defense, 14 out of the 25 recruits play on the defensive side of the ball.  While Michigan's defense improved under Hoke and defense coordinator Greg Mattison, it still showed signs of weakness in 2011 with a lot of room for improvement. 

Here is a list of three holes that U of M's class of 2012 recruits will have to fill in Ann Arbor. 

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