U-M adds another weapon in Ian Bunting 

April, 23, 2013

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke and offensive coordinator Al Borges continue to bring the pieces in to mold the Wolverines into their multiple pro-style vision. On the heels of signing a class which included one of the strongest offensive line groups in the nation and as well power back Derrick Green, they are now poised to bring in a receiving weapon at tight end for the third straight class.

In 2012 Michigan signed Devin Funchess, who showed promising signs during his freshman season. It followed up with the addition of the athletic Jake Butt in 2013 and now have a commitment from ESPN 150 TE Ian Bunting. None of the trio had strong resumes as blockers out of high school, but all, including Bunting, have shown good toughness and a willingness to develop into productive blockers, something they will need to do to aid the Wolverines' power run game. They all can also aid the ground attack by being productive receiving threats that can keep defenses honest.

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