Demar Dorsey would contribute immediately anywhere.
The Michigan Wolverines' losses came down to lack of talent in the secondary.
That means Dorsey, a safety/cornerback prospect, will not only contribute immediately, but could be the starter at corner or nickelback on opening day. Many are calling for him to play center field.
He's a hard hitter who can track the ball through the air and cover a lot of ground with his speed. Michigan is projecting him at cornerback, but I see him manning the strong safety position by his sophomore year.
In addition, the Michigan coaches and the fanbase are already talking about mixing Dorsey in on offense, a la Charles Woodson.
Rich Rodriguez has been good, not great, at getting the most out of his young talent.
In that regard, Dorsey will be an interesting prospect to watch. He could be entering Ann Arbor just as the offense is gelling. With his gamebreaking speed, He could be another player who stretches the field on Big Ten defenses.
A backfield of Tate Forcier, Denard Robinson, and redshirt freshman Fitzgerald Touissant (who tore it up on the scout team, according to Michigan insiders), plus Martavious Odoms in the slot and Dorsey and Roy Roundtree on the outside...well, they'll score a touchdown or two next year.