2014 DT enjoys Michigan visit 

April, 13, 2012
The defensive line will always be a main focus at Michigan since there are technically three defensive line coaches on staff. That fact has caught the eye of many linemen, and most recently has intrigued 2014 defensive tackle Brandon Hines (Mequon, Wis./Homestead).

The 6-foot-2, 275-pound tackle recently took a visit to Ann Arbor and came away more than impressed with what the Wolverines have to offer.

"I think Michigan is ahead of a lot of the competition. They have so many resources, such a nice campus and nice people around," he said. "They really just have the whole package. You can't really say anything bad about Michigan. The coaches are all experienced, and that's one of the main things I love there is that they basically have three defensive line coaches."
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