ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The Michigan football offseason has been pretty interesting for the Wolverines. They transitioned from an offense catered to Denard Robinson to one built around pro-style QB Devin Gardner. Michigan has worked to rehabilitate running back Fitzgerald Toussaint as the team awaits the highly touted Derrick Green. And the offensive and defensive lines have incorporated many new (and young) faces.
But it was also a very interesting off-season for future Wolverine teams. The 2014 class took shape, picking up some very impressive commitments while the 2015 class began to find its identity with four commitments already. Heading in to fall camp next week, here are where both classes stand.
Commits: 14 | ESPN 300 commits: 9
ESPN 300 targets