The Michigan Wolverines have more verbal commitments up to this point than any other college football team in the country. With 16 pledges so far, Michigan more than triples the next highest Big Ten team in Ohio St. with just five players committed to their program.
While there's no concrete number as to the maximum number of players Brady Hoke can sign in for the Class of 2013, it's easy to assume that there's not many scholarships left for this class.
Michigan has its next star in the making with quarterback Shane Morris. The Wolverines have also signed five offensive linemen: OG Kyle Bosch, OT Chris Fox, OT Logan Tuley-Tillman, OG Patrick Kugler and OG David Dawson.
Michigan also has two running backs committed in FB Wyatt Shallman and RB DeVeon Smith to go along with their two tight ends Khalid Hill and Jake Butt.
So now that the Wolverines have many of their positional needs filled, this article will examine the remaining spots that are required to retain their depth at key positions.