Recruiting Weekend Rewind
Last weekend before recruiting dead period brings last-minute decisions
Editor's note: Weekend Rewind is a weekly RecruitingNation feature that will appear every Monday of the college football season, breaking down the top recruiting storylines from around the country. Check out On The Trail for all of the latest recruiting news from Week 16 in college football.
The past weekend was the last before the dead period in football recruiting, and a lot of teams made the most of it. A last-minute recommitment from the nation's top offensive guard takes the No. 1 spot of this week's top 5 recruiting stories, but he wasn't the only one making up his mind.
Top 5 recruiting stories
1. Michigan gets recommitment from No. 1 guard
Michigan added two needed pieces to its 2013 class with Detroit Cass Tech teammates David Dawson and defensive back Delano Hill. Dawson, the No. 1-ranked guard in the ESPN 150, recommitted to Michigan while on his official visit.
The addition of the two prospects gives the Wolverines five committed prospects on the offensive line and five defensive back commitments as well. Depth is limited for both positions, so it's no surprise that the coaching staff made those groups an emphasis.
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