Recruits Michigan Must Land to Finish with No. 1 Overall 2014 Recruiting Class

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Recruits Michigan Must Land to Finish with No. 1 Overall 2014 Recruiting Class
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Michigan has an excellent recruiting class, as it is currently ranked No. 8 by 247Sports. Head coach Brady Hoke has established himself as one of the best recruiting head coaches in the county, and has his sights set on the No. 1 spot.

However, Michigan must jump over seven programs with strong classes before February. In order for the Wolverines to reach their recruiting goal, they will have to land a few more talented recruits. Fortunately for the people in Ann Arbor, several elite uncommitted prospects have serious interest in their program.

Michigan could have a real shot at a stud running back expected to land in the SEC. A trio of recruits from Los Angeles like Big Blue, while a defensive end could be a lock to pledge to Michigan in a few months.

Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.comRivals247Sports and ESPNU.

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