Fans who frequent the Big House in Ann Arbor have surely heard of some of their beloved Wolverines' biggest recruits who plan on rolling onto campus next summer.
A lot of those fans are probably familiar with Shane Morris, Brady Hoke's five-star quarterback recruit, or Patrick Kugler, a high-profile offensive guard who has committed to Michigan.
While fans of the Maize and Blue may know a little about Morris and Kugler, they'll come to know plenty about Kyle Bosch in the next few years.
Bosch is a 6'5'' monster who tips the scales at over 280 pounds. Bosch had practice perfecting his pancakes at St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Illinois and is going to be huge for the Wolverines in the coming seasons.
According to Scout.com, Bosch is one of the best offensive tackles in the nation and brings a lot to the table. Watching this video alone, you can see how dominant he is on the football field.
He's got solid footwork and the raw tenacity that every coach wants in a left tackle, as he doesn't just make blocks, he finishes them.
The Wolverines' vacant spots on the offensive line will give Bosch and the other talented young Wolverines a chance to get into the game and produce in their first season.
As an added bonus, the Wolverines were able to bring back stud tackle Taylor Lewan, which could mean big things for not only Michigan's offensive line, but also the future of the Wolverines and their backfield.
Lewan's return will do wonders for the development of the young offensive linemen in Ann Arbor and is rumored to have a big effect on where five-star running back Derrick Green may fall.
If Lewan's return can bring an explosive player like Derrick Green to Ann Arbor it will help the Wolverines and Bosch in the long run.
What better way for Bosch to start his Maize and Blue career than with an All-American to learn from and a stud running back to start out with?
While the Wolverines have a laundry list of studs coming to campus this summer, Kyle Bosch is going to be one of the most productive for a Brady Hoke team that has no where to go but up.