Ranking the Big Ten safeties

While the Big Ten loses players such as Trenton Robinson and Nick Sukay, it is actually a strong year for safeties across the conference, with several quality players returning. The Wolverines are represented on the list by senior Jordan Kovacs, who is a leader on the team’s defense. See how the conference’s top safeties stack up.

Sypniewski discusses his pledge to Michigan

Michigan's 2013 recruiting class continues to grow with the Wolverines picking up a surprise commitment from long snapper Scott Sypniewski of Ottawa (Ill.) Marquette. Standing in at 6-1, 230 pounds, he is the Wolverines 21st pledge to the recruiting class and the third player to commit to Michigan this week.

Hurst commits to Michigan

Earning a scholarship offer from Michigan during the May evaluation period, Westwood (Mass.) Xaverian Brothers defensive tackle Maurice Hurst Jr. showed a strong immediate interest in the Maize and Blue. Visiting Michigan on Saturday, he announced in favor of the Wolverines.

Henry Poggi pledges to Michigan

Michigan's fast pace to the 2013 recruiting class continues with the Wolverines picking up their second commitment in three days. Adding another defensive tackle to the recruiting class, Baltimore (Md.) Gilman star Henry Poggi selected the Maize and Blue over Alabama this morning. Standing in at 6-4, 260 pounds, the talented athlete is rated as a four star prospect by all four major recruitng networks.

Ranking the Big Ten cornerbacks

While the Big Ten loses a number of top cornerbacks from a year ago, it may actually be one of the deepest returning spots in the conference. Michigan hopes that sophomore Blake Countess will continue to develop and live up to the great potential that he showed last season.

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