New Michigan Man: Weber State Transfer P Blake O’Neill

Coming into the 2015, Harbaugh and staff had multiple positions to figure out and top players to replace, and punter was a main spot. After Will Hagerup and Matt Wile graduated, the roster featured only Read More …

New Michigan Man: Preferred Walk-On DE Cheyenn Robertson

Depth is consistently an issue after new coaching hires and Harbaugh is doing his best to make sure that’s not a problem. Since he could only bring in a 14-person class for 2015, he is going Read More …

New Michigan Man: Preferred Walk-On LB Chris Terech

Depth is something Harbaugh is looking to build at Michigan but he doesn’t have a lot of scholarships to hand out. So, the walk on route is the way to go and that is where the Read More …

New Michigan Man: DE Shelton Johnson

Finding a dominant pass rusher is something every coaching staff is looking for, and Michigan is no different. And they may have found that guy in the surprise commitment of defensive end Shelton Johnson out of Read More …

New Michigan Man: CB Keith Washington

The Michigan coaching staff targeted several cornerbacks in the 2015 class, looking to fill the 1-2 spots needed to improve the depth. And they have (finally) landed their first corner of the class as Pratville\’s Keith Read More …

New Michigan Man: RB Karan Higdon

While most eyes have been on a local running back\’s final decision, it was another Big Ten commit that flipped his commitment to the Wolverines in Karan Higdon out of Sarasota, Florida. 1st #Sarasota shocker Read More …

New Michigan Man: WR Grant Perry

\”Finally!\” That is likely the first thing wide receiver Grant Perry thought when he landed his offer from Michigan. After multiple trips to Ann Arbor and putting together one of the best high school careers Read More …

New Michigan Man: QB Zach Gentry

In Harbaugh\’s time at Stanford, he signed multiple quarterbacks in three of the four years knowing that competition and depth are needed every single position. And he\’s bringing that same mentality to Ann Arbor as Texas Read More …