Michigan Faces Battle with Big Ten Foes for Safety Montae Nicholson

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Michigan Faces Battle with Big Ten Foes for Safety Montae Nicholson
Bruce Thorson-US PRESSWIRE

Defensive back depth has been one of the primary roster issues facing Brady Hoke since he took the over the Michigan football program last season, but the Wolverines are working diligently to address that problem on the recruiting trail. They've already taken a big step toward replenishing their ranks by landing verbal commitments from five talented prospects in the 2013 class, and by being among the finalists for top-10 safety prospect Leon McQuay. Furthermore, they've made defensive back recruiting an emphasis in the 2014 class and have extended early offers to a plethora of highly-rated targets. One of the first they set their sights on was Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway junior safety Montae Nicholson.

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