In his first year as head man in Ann Arbor, Brady Hoke led the Michigan Wolverines to an exciting 23-20 Sugar Bowl victory over Virginia Tech. And that was without "his" guys on the field.
Now it's onto bigger and better things (like a Big Ten title) for the Maize and Blue, which starts by acquiring future talent in the recruiting world.
For the class of 2013, Hoke and the Wolverines have already landed a verbal commit from quarterback prospect Shane Morris—a strong-armed quarterback who can play both under center and out of the shotgun.
From the All-Name Team, Taco Charlton is a tall, athletic outside linebacker with great agility and versatility who could anchor the Michigan defense well into 2017. Charlton is another guy already committed to the Wolverines.
Who else is heading to Ann Arbor in 2013? Bleacher Report's Michael Felder dishes the information on this week's "From the Bleachers" segment.
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