Top target coming for opener
DB Damon Webb among recruits who will be on hand against Air Force
With Michigan hosting its first home game of the 2012 campaign, the Wolverines have several reasons to put on an impressive show. First, they need to rebound from an embarrassing loss in Dallas to Alabama. Second, it'll be the first time this season that so many fans see the team in person. Third, Michigan is hosting quite the slew of recruits this weekend, including one of its last remaining targets in the 2013 class. Here are the top recruits who will be in the Big House this Saturday and what they're hoping to get out of their experience:
2014 defensive back Damon Webb: Webb's first college football game ever was last weekend when he was on campus in East Lansing for the Michigan State-Boise State game. He enjoyed his visit with the Spartans and now he's looking forward to his trip to Ann Arbor to take in a game at Michigan Stadium.
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