Qualls planning Michigan visit

While Michigan has already filled many of its needs for the 2013 recruiting class, one area that still provides a significant hole is at the defensive tackle position. The Wolverines are in the running for several quality prospects, including outstanding athlete Elijah Qualls of Petaluma (Calif.) Casa Grande. The 6-2, 280 pounder has begun to narrow his focus and has a good idea where he will visit during his senior year.

Updated recruiting hot list

Michigan’s focus continues to narrow for the 2013 class, with some prospects dropping the Wolverines and others being informed that there is no longer room. See the list of players to remember and watch out for in the recruiting class, complete with updated rankings from all networks.

Decision timeframe continues to shift for Treadwell

Keeping up with the decision plans for Crete (Ill.) Monee wide receiver Laquon Treadwell has been a tough chore for fans of the recruiting process, with regular shifting on when he will make a choice. The 6-3, 185 pound athlete admits that he has at times felt rushed to cut down his list, but he has settled in on a plan for how his recruitment will proceed.

Ranking the Big Ten offensive linemen


While the Big Ten loses all five 2011 first-team all-conference selections from the offensive line, there are still several players of note returning. Among them, Michigan junior left tackle Taylor Lewan, who has started each of the last two seasons for the Wolverines.

Ranking the Big Ten tight ends


While the conference loses its top two tight ends in Drake Dunsmore of Northwestern and Brian Linthicum of Michigan State, several players return that could be primed for big seasons in 2012. Wisconsin continues its run of top offensive skill players, laying claim now to the Big Ten’s best running back, wide receiver and tight end.

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