Michigan chasing top commits, top class 

June, 21, 2013
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Since 2006, Michigan has not landed multiple top-10 recruits in the same signing class, a feat that has happened 12 times with other programs. In fact, Michigan hasn’t even signed one top-10 prospect in the same time period.

The closest the Wolverines have come to signing even one top player was in 2007 with quarterback Ryan Mallett. That, however, could change with the 2014 class.

Michigan has already gained the commitment of Jabrill Peppers (Paramus, N.J./Paramus Catholic), the No. 2 prospect in the nation. Peppers gives Michigan the highest-ranked prospect it has landed since 2006, but the coaching staff might not be done there.
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