Stacey can slide into any O-line role
Versatile recruit has practiced playing center, eager to contribute anywhere
- Editor's note: WolverineNation recruiting editor Tom VanHaaren will rank the Wolverines' commitments from 10-1 according to the importance of each to the 2012 roster. Prospect No. 10 is offensive lineman Caleb Stacey. The lack of depth on the offensive line is one reason Caleb Stacey comes in at No. 10 among Michigan's top commits. His versatility will be key across the offensive line to help add depth. Stacey has already practiced at center for his high school, in case he needs to step into the position in college. At 6-foot-3 and 280 pounds, he has been pegged as an interior lineman all the way.
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PROSPECT A DAY
The Wolverines have 23 commits in the 2012 class. WolverineNation is ranking each of them by importance to next year's overall roster.
No. 1• OL Kyle Kalis
No. 2• LB Royce Jenkins-Stone
No. 3• S Jarrod Wilson
No. 4• OT Erik Magnuson
No. 5• LB James Ross
No. 6• DT Ondre Pipkins
No. 7• DE Tom Strobel
No. 8• CB Terry Richardson
No. 9• TE Devin Funchess
No. 10• OL Caleb Stacey