- Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff Writer
The second day of Michigan's summer high school camp was very productive. Not only was there a lot of talent on hand, but a few top prospects earned themselves offers. The focus of the day in Ann Arbor seemed to be on the quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs.
This camp has been a little different than past years, as Michigan's 2013 class is almost full. That means that 2014 prospects have mostly been in the spotlight, with a few 2013 prospects in the mix.