Michigan Racking Up More 2010 Recruits

Markusr2007Correspondent IJune 2, 2009

On May 28, the Michigan Wolverines landed new commitments for the 2010 football class from DE/TE Jordan Paskorz from Allison Park, PA. Paskorz is a three-star, 59th ranked TE in the country by Scout.com.

A second commitment came from Christian Pace of Avon Lake, OH on Sunday, May 31.
Pace is a three-star, 36th ranked OG according to Scout.com.

Word on the street is that a top-rated DE is about to commit in the coming days to the Wolverines. This player attending the second annual BBQ at the BigHouse organized by head coach Rich Rodriguez and staff.

It's only May and Michigan now has 12 commitments for 2010, with 13 slots still open and 8 months until next signing day (February 2010).

2010 class is really shaping up but Michigan's remaining areas of need are plenty:

Punter - Need one good one to replace Zoltan the Magnificent.

Linebacker - Need lots and lots.

Defensive tackles - Need one or two.

Defensive ends - Have two, need one more, maybe two.

Running back - Need to find the next Avon Cobourne, Steve Slaton, and Noel Devine.

Quarterback - Got a great one with Devin Gardner, but another QB provides much needed insurance...and competition!

Secondary - Michigan needs bodies at corner and safety to improve overall talent and depth.