INSIDE THE MICHIGAN WOLVERINES' CLASS
Who they have: Michigan is sitting with a top-five class, but movement within the class could still cause some shifting in either direction. The class is led by quarterback commit Shane Morris, who is No. 54 in the ESPN 150. Coach Brady Hoke and his staff believe that teams are built along the line, which is why offensive line has been a big focus for the Wolverines. With four offensive linemen in the ESPN 150, including Logan Tuley-Tillman (No. 105), Chris Fox (113), Patrick Kugler (115) and Kyle Bosch (127), Michigan is still looking to add one more offensive lineman to this class. Cameron Hunt and Kenny Lacy have received offers despite being committed to other schools, and both are realistic options for the Wolverines.
Who they want: Despite having four defensive backs, three wide receivers and two running backs already committed, Michigan is still targeting wideout Laquon Treadwell (the nation's top WR), defensive back Leon McQuay and running back Derrick Green to finish out the class. All three are among the nation's top 50 prospects and if Michigan is able to land any of them it could see a boost in the rankings.
-- Tom VanHaaren, RecruitingNation