WolverineNation Mailbag 

January, 16, 2013
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Taylor Lewan provided a bit of college football coverage for Ann Arbor fans last week when he announced he would stay for his final season, but at this time of year all eyes seem to be on recruiting and basketball. With less than a month to signing day, the Wolverines seem to be closing in on a class that will leave them with few surprises on Feb. 6. And the basketball team, even with its first loss last week in Columbus, has made Ann Arbor excited about basketball again.

Next week Mike has the mailbag, so send questions his way. Now on to this week’s questions. Jeremy Oosterhouse via Twitter: With Damon Webb (Detroit/Cass Tech) to OSU, who are some 2014 instate CBs Michigan might be looking at?

A: Just because Webb committed doesn’t mean his recruitment is over. He’s still going to be one of the Wolverines most highly sought-after recruits, perhaps even more so now. He was the only 2014 elite, national-level CB in Michigan, though a few in-state kids to keep yours eyes on would be Tim Cason (Clarkston, Mich./Clarkston) and Jalen Watts-Jackson (Orchard Lake, Mich./St. Mary’s). But assume the Wolverines will keep branching out. Parrker Westphal (Bolingbrook, Ill./Bolingbrook) would be a huge get, as would Nick Watkins (Dallas/Bishop Dunne).
Michigan C Cites Concussions In Decision To Quit
Joe Schad discusses how concussions and a concern over long-term health have helped Michigan center Jack Miller decide not to play football his senior year.