Michigan Football National Signing Day 2014: Position-by-Position Analysis

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Michigan Football National Signing Day 2014: Position-by-Position Analysis
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Brady Hoke signed 16 players in 2014.

Let Michigan's 2014 class sink in for a bit. 

Done?

Good. 

Sure, it's not as deep or hyped as the 2013 bunch, but remember, rankings can be deceiving. This year, the Wolverines have a few classic underdogs along with the prototype 4- and 5-star ready-to-go guys.

By the sound of it, coach Brady Hoke likes what he has and is eager to develop talent on the field, per John Borton of The Wolverine.com (subscription required): 

This is a small class. I believe it's our smallest one to date. As you go through the process and the evaluation, you want to make sure, because you've got to be right.

What our coaches have done and what we've done, when you look at needs for next year, or two years from now, the numbers that we used and how we came up with it really fits what we wanted to do.

Jabrill Peppers headlines Team 135's newcomers, while the likes of Chase Winovich and Jared Wangler fit the mold of the blue-collar worker. A great mixture, Hoke's current class can certainly contribute this fall. 

This slideshow will analyze the potential of the 16-man class.

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