Defensive Tackle
Henry Poggi

Baltimore (MD) Gilman
6-4, 260 pounds

Poggi has an impressive list of scholarship offers and has completed an equally impressive travel itinerary over the last several months. He has already made unofficial visits to Michigan Ohio State, Alabama, Virginia, Tennessee, Stanford and others.

Scott Pagano

Honolulu (HA) Moanalua
6-3, 280 pounds
Michigan was a bit of a late entrant into Pagano’s recruitment, offering the talented prospect in April. He is considering Michigan, but given the distance, a trip to Ann Arbor may have to wait until official visits in the fall.

Rod Crayton

Dadeville (AL)
6-1, 290 pounds

Crayton visited Michigan in February and received a scholarship offer from the Wolverines at that time. Michigan will have a tough time pulling him away from the SEC. He plans to decide late.

Elijah Qualls

Petaluma (CA) Casa Grande
6-2, 280 pounds

Qualls has an offer from Michigan and has the Wolverines in his top eight. The Maize and Blue are strongly in the running for an official visit along with Nebraska and others.

Michael Hill

Pendleton (SC)
6-3, 315 pounds

Ohio State leads for Hill, but the talents defensive tackle still plans to visit Michigan and other schools during the summer. He would like to make a decision before his senior season begins.

Defensive End
Taco Charlton

Pickerington (OH) Central
6-6, 240 pounds
Growing up a fan of Ohio State, Charlton spurned his hometown team, joining the mid-February rush of Michigan commitments. Playing primarily at linebacker in high school, he was recruited to be a pass rushing defensive end.

Joe Mathis

Upland (CA)
6-4, 255 pounds

While Michigan currently sits in Mathis’ top three, along with Nebraska and Washington, he is still considering a long list of schools. His list of favorites tends to shift significantly as he takes visits.

Josh Augusta

Peoria (IL)
6-5, 275 pounds
Augusta made a visit to Michigan in the spring and holds an offer from the Wolverines. He plans to hold off announcing until during his senior season.

Eddie Vanderdoes

Placer (CA)
6-4, 285 pounds

One of the top prospects in the nation, Vanderdoes has suitors from coast to coast, including the Wolverines. While he has placed most of his early focus on West Coast schools, Michigan remains in the running for a visit.

Wyatt Teller

Bealeton (VA) Liberty
6-4, 265 pounds

Michigan holds a spot in Teller’s top six, along with Clemson, Virginia, Virginia Tech, South Carolina and Notre Dame. He plans to visit each of those schools, as well as several others, during the summer months.

Dajaun Drennon

Sicklerville (NJ) Timber Creek
6-3, 230 pounds

Drennon still has a long list of schools he is considering, but he hopes to trim down his options before the start of his senior year. Michigan has offered and he plans to take an unofficial visit during the summer.

Tashawn Bower

Somerville (NJ) Immaculata
6-5, 230 pounds

Bower plans to make an unofficial visit to Michigan in July, but at this point he is still far from a decision. He hopes to narrow his list during the summer and take all five official visits before deciding.

Mike McCray

Trotwood (OH) Madison
6-4, 230 pounds
Among the top rated prospects in the nation, McCray selected Michigan in March over offers from Arizona, Oklahoma, Illinois, Tennessee, South Carolina and others. He heralds from the same school as current Wolverines Brandon Moore and Roy Roundtree.

Ben Gedeon

Hudson (OH)
6-3, 215 pounds
Gedeon attended the 2011 Michigan summer camp, earning a scholarship offer in the process. He took unofficial visits to several schools during the winter before deciding in favor of the Maize and Blue in March.

Jaylon Smith

Fort Wayne (IN) Bishop Luers
6-3, 205 pounds
Michigan offered Smith in January and is in the running for the elite linebacker, but Ohio State and Notre Dame will be tough to beat. His older brother plays for the Buckeyes, while the Fighting Irish hold the home field advantage in his recruitment.

Peter Kalambayi

Mathews (NC) Butler
6-3, 230 pounds
From the same high school as former Michigan safety Jamar Adams, Kalambayi holds an offer from Michigan and has shown legitimate interest in the Maize and Blue. He is also looking at Clemson, Virginia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina and others.

Jourdan Lewis

Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
5-11, 170 pounds
From perennial Michigan pipeline Detroit Cass Tech, Lewis wasted little time pledging to the Wolverines. In fact, he committed to Michigan on the same day as teammate David Dawson.

Gareon Conley

Massillon (OH) Washington
6-2, 170 pounds
From the same school as former Wolverine linebacker Shawn Crable, Conley pledged to the Wolverines in early March over offers from Northwestern and Marshall.

Kendall Fuller

Olney (MD) Good Counsel
5-11, 190 pounds

Fuller attended Michigan’s spring game, moving the Wolverines into his top five with Virginia Tech, Clemson, Tennessee and Maryland. The Hokies and Tigers could hold the edge in his recruitment.

Cole Luke

Chandler (AZ) Hamilton
6-0, 165 pounds
Luke holds a long list of scholarship offers from around the nation, including an offer from Michigan. At this point, he has not narrowed his focus and is considering all of his options.

Vernon Hargreaves III

Tampa (FL) Wharton
5-11, 185 pounds
Arguably the top corner prospect in the nation, Hargreaves has shown some interest in Michigan. At this point though, the safe bet would be on schools in the deep south.

Dymonte Thomas

Alliance (OH) Marlington
6-1, 175 pounds
Michigan’s second commitment for the 2013 class, Thomas attended the Michigan BBQ event in the late summer before his junior year. About a month after that visit he had made his choice, deciding in favor of the Maize and Blue.

Su'a Cravens

Murrieta (CA) Vista
6-1, 205 pounds
A cousin of DE prospect Joe Mathis, Cravens would likely be considered a long shot for the Wolverines, with an early June decision looming. Michigan could move up his list if he goes through with a Midwest college tour he is considering.

Priest Willis

Tempe (AZ) Marcos De Niza
6-2, 200 pounds
Willis remains open at this point, but plans to take official visits to LSU and Nebraska. Michigan is in the running for one of his three remaining trips. He plans to decide late.

Leon McQuay III

Seffner (FL) Armwood
6-2, 185 pounds
McQuay has Florida and Vanderbilt at the top of his list, but continues to consider other schools. Michigan has offered and is one program still in the running for an official visit.
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