Michigan Football Official and Unofficial Visits

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Telephone Calls –September 1 – Once per week (Unlimited during contact period)
Off-Campus Contact–Last Sunday following the last Saturday in November
Official Visit –Opening day of classes

Aug. 1 - Nov. 28: Evaluation period-42 evaluation days during fall evaluation period (FCS and FBS)

NCAA Football Recruiting Overview Chart 2014-2015 (Recruiting Guide)

Limit of three evaluations during academic year
One evaluation during fall
Two evaluations - April 15 through May 31 (one evaluation to assess athletics ability and one evaluation to assess academic qualifications
~Not more than six off-campus contacts per prospect at any site
~FBS head coach; No off campus recruiting, off-campus coaching clinic, visit to a prospective student-athlete's
educational institution, or meeting with a prospective student-athlete's coach at an off-campus location during April 15 through May 31 evaluation period.
~Practice/competition site restrictions
Sept. 1: Juniors can receive written offers
Sept. 1 - Nov. 26: Evaluation period
Nov. 27 - Jan. 17: Contact period
Dec. 18: Quiet Period
Dec. 16-Jan 14: Dead Period
Dec. 21 - Jan. 15: Junior college transfer
Jan. 15 - Jan. 28: Contact Period
Jan. 29: Quiet Period
Jan. 30 - Feb. 2: Dead Period
Feb. 1 - April 1: Signing period
Feb 3 - April 15: Quiet Period

April 16 - May 31: Evaluation period
June 1 - Aug. 31: Quiet period

This is typical of what happens at the official visits this weekend

The recruits, their hosts and parents meet for breakfast at 9:00 a.m.
- campus tour and academic meetings with Sheri Acho, academic advisor
- Schembechler Hall and Big House tour, meetings with position coaches.
- weight room/Tolbert meeting around mid-day
 
(Strength & Conditioning Coach)

- possible event: Basketball/Hockey game/Wrestling match/Gymnastics meet/etc.

- hosts and recruits enjoy dinner at Chop House in downtown Ann Arbor or other restaurant

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Scholarships Michigan Football 2017 January 8, 2018: BCS National Championships vs. ? at Atlanta, GA

January 1, 2018: BCS Semi-Final at Rose Bowl  vs. ?

December 2: Big Ten Championship at Indianapolis vs. ?

November 25: Ohio State 12 Noon--Talanoa Hufanga, Charles Thomas, Noah Cain, Michael Ezeike, Eric Gray 

November 18: at Wisconsin

November 11: at Maryland

November 4: Minnesota (Brown Jug)

October 28: Rutgers (Homecoming) 12 Noon

October 21: at Penn State

October 14: at Indiana 12 Noon

October 7: Michigan State--Jaquaze Sorrells, Ryland Goede

September 30: Bye Week

September 23: at Purdue 4 p.m.

September 16: Air Force 12 Noon-Marvin Grant-Dillon Spalding, Quinten Johnson, Kevin Doyle, Tyrece Woods, Boone Bonnema, Mohamed Saad, Justin Rogers, De'Andre Bulley, Alim McNeill

September 9: Cincinnati 12 Noon--Michael Fletcher, William Racely, Justin Rogers, Ian Stewart, Trevor Bycznski, Jalen Mayfield, Ian Brocks,  Jamar Harmon, Anwar Jackson

September 2: Florida at Dallas 3:30 p.m.

Submarine-No Roster until Game Week, Wednesday, August 30

August 21: Keith Washington announces transfer

August 11: Big Ten Network

August 5: Chris Hinton commitment

August 2: Sammy Faustin commitment

July 31: 1st Day of Fall Practice--Cameron McGrone commitment

July 29: BBQ at the Big House-Gemon and German Green, Myles Sims, Harry Miller, Stephon Herron, George Karlaftis, Emil Ekiyor, Jarrion Jones, Jerrion Ealy, Cameron McGrone, Raiqwon O'Neal, Justin Rogers, J.T. Daniels, Isaiah Williams, Jalen Mayfield, Jerome Carvin, Lance Dixon, Marvin Grant, Shammond Cooper, Marcus Washington, Christian Turner, Ian Stewart, Tyrece Woods, Nolan Rumler, Quavaris Crouch, Logan Brown, Rafiti Ghiarmai, David Bell, Mazi Smith, Joseph Anderson, Trevor Keegan, Sammy Faustin, Shane Lee, Dallas Fincher, Mike  and Alex Geraci, Andre Seldon, etc. Stephon Herron and Nolan Rumler commitments

July 26: Will Putnam, Spencer Lytle

July 25: Luke Schoonmaker commitment

July 24-25: Big Ten Football Media Days-Chicago, IL

July 20-22: Luke Ford, Luke McCaffrey; Harbaugh hires Tom Gable and Matt Dudek

July 7-15: Harbaugh & Wife to France on vacation; your moderator was on the plane with the Harbaughs

July 4: Corey Malone-Hatcher announcement of a medical scholarship

June 28: Unofficial announcement of Drake Johnson's eligibility for 2017 football season

June 25-26: Freshmen arrive/Charles Thomas commitment

June 24: Big Man Big House Camp: Emil Ekiyor

June 23: Elite One Day Camp/Drake Johnson approved for 6th season by NCAA

June 22-25: Noah Cain/Cameron McGrone/David Reese/Devontae Dobbs/Nolan Rumler/Charles Thomas/Rick Sandidge/Jamien Sherwood

June 17: Super Skill Position Camp/Aerial Assault Camp

June 13: Litchfield Avajon/Nicholas Petit-Frere

June 12: Quindarious Monday/Michael Tarquin

June 11: USC Satellite Camp-Chris Steele/University of Charlotte

June 10: Elite Specialists Camp/Sacred Heart-Fairfield, CT-Joshua Jobe/University of San Diego

June 9: Tennessee State Satellite Camp/Lagrange, Georgia

June 5: Florida Atlantic Satellite Camp--Stanley Garner/Randy Charlton/James Head/Khris Bogle/Joe Milton/Braylen Ingraham/Ed Montilus/William Barnes/Jordan Battle

June 4: Valdosta State Satellite Camp-Michael Barrett/University of the Incarnate Word San Antonio, TX/Old Dominion University

June 3: Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX/Bowie State University, Maryland-Joseph Wete/Eyabi Anoma/Mychale Salahuddin/DeMarco Hellams/Edward Hendrix

June 2: Mercer College Georgia-Trey Dean/Kearis Jackson/John Carroll University Cleveland, OH Satellite Camps-Tyreke Smith/Chase Kline

May 31: Sonny Odogwu

May 30: Chris and Myles Hinton/James Ohonba

May 27: Ryan Hayes commitment

May 23: Jalen Mayfield commitment

May 13-15: Tyler Shough visit

May 7: Joe Milton commitment

April 27-28-29: Rome

April 22: Team arrives in Rome

April 20: Gemon and German Green commitments

April 18: 12th Practice/Gemon and German Green/Steele Chambers/Jalen Berger/Tyler Friday

April 15, 2017: Public Spring Scrimmage-11th Practice 1 p.m./Dorian Thompson-Robinson/Brevin Jordan/Joe Milton/Jalen Mayfield/Mustapha Muhammad/DeMarcco Hellams/Otis Reese/Emil Ekiyor/Nolan Rumler/Logan Brown/Aidan Hutchinson/Aubrey Solomon/Drake Thomas/Kurt Taylor/Jacob Lacey/Isaiah Williams/Nyquan Hawkins/Ronnie Hickman/Dimitri Douglas/Marcus Washington/Jaren Mangham/Ira Henry/Xavier Goldsmith/Shammond Cooper/Bryce Childress/Khafre Brown/Alphonzo Andrews/Cameron McGrone/James Graham/Dyami Brown/Jasiah Provillon/Marquan McCall/Dorian Hardy/Ben Bresnahan/Tyrece Woods/James Hudson/Deron Irving-Bey/Matt Brown/Jordan Anthony/Tyrone Sampson/Stephon Herron

April 14: NCAA passes Comprehensive Football Recruiting Reform with Early Signing Period in December, and adds 10th Assistant Coach for January, 2018

April 13: 10th Practice

April 11: 9th Practice

April 10: Team announced Drake Johnson will not return for 2017; Grant Newsome will not be ready to return for 2017 season/Christian Turner commitment

April 8: 8th Practice/Brian Asamoah

April 7: Myles Sims commitment

April 6: 7th Practice/Christian Turner

April 4: 6th Practice/Christian Smith

April 2: 5th Practice/Dallas Gant

March 31: 4th Practice/Kamryn Babb

March 28: 3rd Practice/Chris Smith

March 26: 2nd Practice/Verdis Brown/Sammy Faustin

March 24: 1st Practice/Jowon Briggs/Tyler Friday/Zach Harrison/Kalel Mullings/Lee Payton/Jeremy Ruckert

March 17-19: Trent Gordon

March 10-12: Marvin Grant, Myles Sims, L'Christian Smith, Tyrece Woods

February 24-26: Harrison Bailey, Kevin Bradley, Maliq Carr, Robert Daniel, Gary Gayle, Corey Graham, Aiden Hutchinson, Christian Jackson, Enzo Jennings, Lee Payton, Don Price, Torriano Richardson, Jalen Robinson, Justin Rogers

February 21: Aiden Hutchinson commitment

February 17-19: Iverson Clement, Jalil Irvin, Anthony Solomon

February 13: Stephen Herron

Ranking the Michigan Assistant Coaches in the Recruiting Process: Tyrone Wheatley, Chris Partridge, Pep Hamilton, Don Brown, Tim Drevno, Jay Harbaugh, Mike Zordich, Greg Mattison, Brian Smith

February 4: Devin Asiasi transfers to UCLA

February 1, 2017: Signing Day-Signing with the Stars at Crisler Arena 12 noon; Aubrey Solomon  and Nico Collins commitments (Les Miles to work on ESPN Signing Day ShowLive Stream

January 31: Oliver Martin commitment

January 27-29: Joel Honigford, Evan Latham, Oliver Martin, Hunter Reynolds, Ty Rocconi, Carter Selzer Visits

January 26: In-Home Coach visits with Nico Collins, Aubrey Solomon, James Hudson, Kurt Taylor; Samuels and Taylor reaffirm pledges

January 25: In-Home with Oliver Martin-Coaches Harbaugh, Drevno and Partridge, Coach Brown with Jay Tufele, and Jay Harbaugh with O'Maury Samuels; Coach Frey is hired for Offensive Line/Tight Ends and Run Game Coordinator, and Jay Harbaugh moves to coach Running Backs

January 24:  Ifeatu Melifonwu Visit

January 24: Harbaugh to see Mekhi Becton, attends basketball game

January 23: Harbaugh In-Home with Willie Gay; Coach Frey interviews for Assistant Coach position

January 20-22, 2017: O'Maury Samuels Visit; Kai-Leon Herbert decommitment

January 19: Coach Harbaugh and Coach Brown visit Kwity Paye, Andrew Stueber and Brad Hawkins; Coach Drevno and Zordich visit Joel Honigford

January 18: Coach Harbaugh and Coach Partridge visit Drew Singleton; Jay Harbaugh visits Jeremy Ruckert

January 17: In-Home with O'Maury Samuels and Oliver Martin by Pep Hamilton; Rick Finotti left to be Head Coach at John Carroll

January 16: In-Homes with Aubrey Solomon by Coach Harbaugh, Brown and Partridge, Mekhi Becton by Coach Drevno, and C.J. Thorpe by Coach Drevno and Zordich; Tyrone Wheatley announced as Jacksonville Jaguars running backs coach

January 12: Contact Period begins; In-Home with Nico Collins

January 11: Jabrill Peppers to NFL; both Tyrone Wheatley and Tim Drevno interview for Western Michigan Head Football Coach position

January 8: Najee Harris flied home to Oakland, CA, but then departed to Birmingham, Alabama; Harbaugh announced Pep Hamilton is new QB/WR Coach and Passing Game Coordinator

January 7, 2017: U.S. Army All-American Bowl San Antonio, TX; Michigan Recruits and Pledges Playing in Game: Tarik Black, Chuck Filiaga (pledge at the game), Willie Gay, Deron Irving-Bey,  Dylan McCaffrey, Oliver Martin, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Aubrey Solomon, Ambry Thomas

January 4, 2017: Classes begin for Early Enrollees: JaRaymond Hall, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Donovan Jeter, Dylan McCaffrey, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Ben Mason, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cesar Ruiz, Benjamin St. Juste, Ambry Thomas, J'Marick Woods

January 3: Tim Drevno signs 5 year, $5 million contract as Offensive Coordinator

January 2: Jeff Fisch accepts UCLA offer as offensive coordinator

January 1, 2017: Under Armour All-American Game at Orlando, FL; Michigan Recuits and Pledges Playing in game: Kai Leon-Herbert, Kwity Paye, Drew Singleton, Cesar Ruiz, C.J. Thorpe, Luiji Vilain; David Dawson announced his won't return next season, and transferred to Iowa State

December 31: Offense-Defense Bowl; Michigan pledges and recruits participating: James Hudson, Kurt Taylor; Don Brown gets a new 5 year, $1.4 million per year contract

December 30: Orange Bowl vs. Florida State

December 28: Scott Sypniewski announced he won't return next season

December 27: Nick Baumgartner claims Kingston Davis, Michael Dwumfour and Alex Malzone are not practicing with the team at the Orange Bowl practices

December 23: Drew Singleton commitment

December 22: Jordan Anthony commitment; Grant Perry Suspension and Tony Tuitoni announced he's leaving Michigan to take Fresno State DL Coach position

December 19: Cesar Ruiz commitment; Deron Irving-Bey commitment

December 15: Donovan Peoples-Jones commitment

December 14: Tarik Black commitment; A.J. Dillon decommitment

December 12-January 11: Dead Period--No Contact with Recruits

December 10: Jabrill Peppers, Jim Harbaugh and Chris Partridge to New York for Heisman Trophy Ceremonies

December 9-11: Najee Harris, JaRaymond Hall, James Hudson, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Deron Irving-Bey, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Dylan McCaffrey, Donovan Peoples-Jones,  Stanford Samuels, Drew Singleton, Ambry Thomas, Luiji Vilain

December 8: Coach Zordich In-Home with Elijah Hicks; Coach Brown In-Home with Jay Tufele, and Coach Harbaugh with Isaiah Wilson

December 7: Tarik Black In-Home with Coach Harbaugh, Coach Drevno In-Home with Andrew Stueber, Coach Wheatley In-Home with Kurt Taylor, Ambry Thomas commitment

December 4: Harbaugh In-Home with Najee Harris; Coach Drevno In-Home with Chuck Filiaga

December 3: Michigan Coaches to see Rutger Reitmaier; Coach Drevno In-Home with Mekhi Becton

December 2: Greg Mattison In-Home with Jay Tufele

December 1: Michigan Coaches to see Aubrey Solomon; Coach Fisch In-Home with Tarik Black and Brad Hawkins with Coach Brown, and Coach Drevno In-Home with Isaiah Wilson

November 30: Coach Fisch to see Michael Harley, Cesar Ruiz and Jordan Anthony

November 29: Coach Drevno to see Alex Leatherwood; Coach Zordich to see Darnay Holmes

November 28: Michigan Coaches see Aidan Hutchinson

November 26: Benjamin St. Juste visit to Virginia Tech, then recommits to Michigan; A.J. Dillon visits Boston College

November 19: Indiana-Dan Bolden, Tory Carter, Emil Ekiyor, Warren Ericson, Michael Furtney, Elijah Gates, Jackson Griskie, Brad Hawkins, Noah Harvey, Trey Hill, Jacob Larson, Will Mallory, Ben Mason, Jake Moody, Christopher Oates, Otis Reese, Rutger Reitmaier, Benjamin St. Juste, Zach Sheffer, Kurt Taylor, Leonard Taylor, Luiji Villain, Isaiah Wilson

November 15-Jaylen Kelly-Powell commitment

November 5: Maryland-Aaron Banks, Franklin Banks, Toryque Bateman, Mekhi Becton, Hunter Crenshaw, Finn Dirnstein, Logan Brown, Nico Collins, A.J. Dillon, Joshua Jobe, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Donovan People-Jones, Jeremy Ruckert, Myles Sims, Tederral Slaton, Mazi Smith, Aubrey Solomon, Andrew Stueber, Reid Thompson, J'Marick Woods

October 24-Kwity Paye commitment

October 23-Donovan Jeter commitment

October 22: Illinois (Homecoming)-Martin Andrus, Anthony Bradford, Jairus Brents, Logan Brown, Emil Ekiyor, Willie Gay, Kai-Leon Herbert, Donovan Jeter, Dyontae Johnson, Phil Paea, Reggie Pearson, Robert Porscher, Mazi Smith, Jay Tufele, Jordan Ulmer, Luiji Vilain

October 21: Coaches Harbaugh, Fisch, Smith, Zordich to Cass Tech game to watch Donovan Peoples-Jones, Ambry Thomas and others vs. Martin Luther King for PSL ChampionshipFather Jack Harbaugh at Maizefest

October 15: Aaron Banks visit

October 14: Najee Harris visit

October 13: Austin Deculus, Alex Leatherwood visits

October 12: Dorian Thompson-Robinson visit

October 11: Chase Lasater decommitment

October 2: Emil Ekiyor commitment

October 1: Wisconsin-Jordan Anthony, Logan Brown, Baron Browning, Emil Ekiyor, Brelin Faison-Walden, Chuck Filiaga, Ryan Gersonde, JaRaymond Hall, Joel Honigford, Deron Irving-Bey, Alex Leatherwood, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Oliver Martin, Phillip Paea, Kwity Paye, Bumper Pool, Antwan Reed, Shanon Reid, Joshua Ross, Cesar Ruiz, Drew Singleton, Taron Vincent, Jedrick Wills

September 24: Penn State-Toryque Bateman, Ellis Brooks, Nico Collins, JaRaymond Hall, Joel Honigford, James Hudson, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Dwan Mathis, Philip Paea, Donovan People-Jones, Nolan Rumler, Mazi Smith, Kurt Taylor, Michael Thompson, J'Marick Woods

September 17: Colorado-Xavier Goldsmith, Joel Honigford, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Dylan McCaffrey, Jaren Mangham, Taj Mustapha, Alex Reigelsperger

September 10: Central Florida: Kordell Agee, Brendann Brown, Kyren Cunningham, Kalon Gervin, Dillon Harris, Deandre Square, Tyrece Woods

September 9: Carter Dunaway and Antwuan Johnson decommitments

September 3: Hawaii-Tarik Black, Corey Bolds, Calvin Carroll, Carter Dunaway, JaRaymond Hall, Chris Hinton, Myles Hinton, Joel Honigford, James Hudson, Aidan Hutchinson, Deron Irving-Bey, Kyler McMichael, Antwuan Johnson, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Kevin Mensah, Phillip Paea, Drew Singleton, Jess Speight, Kurt Taylor, Davion Williams, and Taron Young

August 24--Ahmir Mitchell transfers to Rutgers

August 22--Andrew David transfer to TCU, Jalil Irvin, Aubrey Solomon and Leonard Taylor decommitments

August 8: 1st Day of Fall Practice--Team to go "Submarine"--No Youth Day in August--James Hudson commitment

August 6: BBQ at the Big House: Henry Bainivalu, Aaron Banks, Julian Barnett, Tarik Black, K.J. Britt, Logan Brown, Jackson Carman, Kolin Demens, Devontae Dobbs, Carter Dunaway, Emil Ekiyor, Malcolm Epps, Steven Franklin, Kalon Gervin, Xavier Goldsmith, M.J. Griffin, Najee Harris, Darnay Holmes, Kai-Leon Herbert, Joel Honigford, James Hudson, Devon Hunter, Will Ignont, Deron Irving-Bey, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Jesse Luketa, Patrick Lupro, Marquan McCall, Oliver Martin, Philip Paea, Donovan People-Jones, O'Maury Samuels, Andre Seldon, Penei Sewell, Tederral Slaton, Mazi Smith, Andrew Stueber, Kurt Taylor, Ambry Thomas, Isaiah Wilson, and Tyrece Woods

August 1-2: Michigan Nike Jumpman Uniforms Announced, Gear on Sale at M-Den

July 25-26: Big Ten Meetings with Jake Butt, Amara Darboh, and Jourdan Lewis

July 22-24: Camren and Nolan McDonald, Jeremy Ruckert

July 8-10: The Opening

July 7: Michigan cancels Arkansas series for 2018 and 2019, and reinstates the rivalry with Notre Dame

July 6: Kai-Leon Herbert commitment

Harbaugh now has 38 Camps in 19 States plus Australia and American Samoa in June (Update)

June 30: American Samoa-cancelled to to Zika Virus

June 29: Joel Honigford commitment

June 26: Hawaii Camp St. Louis School/Freshman Players Report-Voluntary 7 on 7 drills begin

June 25: Los Angeles Showcase Camp Hawkins HS-Jalen Hall, Greg Johnson, Joseph Lewis; Andrew Stueber commitment

June 24: Bright Lights Big House Camp

June 24: Oceanside, CA

June 23: Antioch, CA and Sacramento, CA-Popo Aumavae, Josh Falo, Najee Harris, D.J. Johnson, Jalen McKenzie

June 22-23: Specialists Camp; Las Vegas Chaparral-Dorian Thompson-Robinson

June 20-21: Shine Time Camp Bo Bauer, Carter Dunaway

June 18: Aerial Assault Camp-Hank Bachmeier, Atatutu Daranijo, Beau Filichio, Jackson Gibbs, Sam Johnson, Dylan McCaffrey, Luke McCaffrey, Aaron McLaughlin, Spencer Rattler, Artur Sitkowski, Cam Taylor

June 18: Big Man Football Camp and Orem, UT-Owen Condon, Obinna Eze, Kai-Leon Herbert, Aidan Hutchinson, Bryan Johnson, Tederral Slaton, Aubrey Solomon; Otis Reese and Aubrey Solomon commitments

June 17-21: Toryque Bateman, Maurice Bell, Baron Browning, Tory Carter, Nico Collins, Owen Condon, Wyatt Davis, Obianna Eze, JaRaymond Hall, Mike Harley, A.J. Harris, Randall Haynie, Kai-Leon Herbert, Aidan Hutchinson, Deron Irving-Bey, Bryan Johnson, Sam Johnson, Sterling Jones, Dylan McCaffrey, Elijah Moore, Mustafa Muhammad, Nathan Proctor, Antwan Reed, Artur Sitkowski, Tederrel Slaton, Kenedy Snell, Tadas Tatarunas, Jedrick Wills

June 17: Youth Football Camp and Ridge View HS Columbia, SC and Orem, UT-Sione Heimuli-Lund, Penei Sewell, Jay Tufele

June 15: Pittsburg State Kansas/Kansas City-Trevor Kent, Anthony Payne

June 14: Addison, TX Showtyme and Oakland HS Murfreesboro, TN-Camron Johnson, Jacoby Stevens

June 13: East Houston Football Showcase, TX/Addison-Jhamon Ausbon, K'Lavon Chaisson, Grant Delpit, Shabazz Dotson, Davodrick Johnson, Bumper Pool, Kenedy Snell

June 12: Empire Showcase Norco, CA (Luiji Vilain commitment)

June 11: 5th Quarter Camp Carter Dunaway, Donovan Johnson

June 10-13: Logan Christopherson, Tyler Friday, Joel Honigford, Jaylen Kelly-Powell

Michigan to host 7 Football Camps in June

June 10: Sound Mind Sound Body Detroit, MI: Johnny Adams, Isaiah Azubuike, Kamron Babb, Jaylon Banks, Zaire Barnes, Curtis Blackwell, Richard Bowens, Larry Boyd, Andre Carter, Dwayne Chapman, Logan Christopherson, Rell Coley, Naytron Culpepper, Danny Davis, Hugh Davis, Zenden Dellinger, Cedric Dort, Emil Ekiyor, Morgan Ellison, Greg Emerson, Kalon Gervin, Trenton Gillison, Aqeel Glass, Marcus Greer, Jarius Grissom, Rodney Hall,  K.J. Hamler, Raveion Hargrove, Matt Harmon,  Juan Harris, C.J. Hayes, Mac Hippenhammer, Ralph Holley,  Ja'Quinden Jackson, Antwuan Johnson, Davion Johnson, Donovan Johnson,  Sam Johnson, Cameron Jonas, Caleb Jones, Khalid Jones,  Jordan Jusevitch, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Jacob Lacey, Dez Lance, Herman McCray, Dwan Mathis, Ethan Merriweather, Isaiah Moore, Zach Morton, Derrius Mullins, Ovie Oguofo, Reggie Pearson, Donovan People-Jones, Byron Perkins, Owen Piche, Jordan Reid, Hunter Rison, Joshua Ross, Randy Russell, Amon Ra St. Brown, Tyrone Sampson, L'Christian Smith, DeAndre Square, Markese Stepp, Allen Stritzinger, Jonathan Sutherland, Leonard Taylor, Ambry Thomas, Donelle Thomas, Andrew Todd, Trevor Trout, Luiji Vilain, Jason Whittaker, Jamyest Williams, Cameron Wynn

June 9: Warren, OH Lynn Bowden, Fairfield, OH Jackson Carmen and Sound Mind Sound Body Detroit, MI 

June 8: Next Level Pearl, MS Cam Akers, Willie Gay, Malik Heath, Kylin Hill, Aaron Odom and Raw Talent U Cleveland Hgts., OH Jaylen Harris

June 7:  Prattville, AL Cam Taylor, South Alabama Jack West, Hun School Princeton, NJ Fred Hansard and Parasmus, NJ Corey Bolds, Cesar Ruiz, Drew Singleton, Arthur Sitowski, Allan Walters

June 6: Baltimore, MD Thomas Booker, Austin Fontaine, Evan Gregory, Isaiah Humphries, Shane Lee, Jaylen Mayden, John Morgan and Madison, AL A.J. Harris, Kendall Randolph

June 5:  Old Dominion Univ. Norfolk, VA and Easton, PA Lafayette College

June 4: South Florida Camp at Tampa Amari Burney, Judge Culpepper, Richard Gouraige, Nick Petit-Frere, Shanon Reid and Chesire, CT Champions Camp Tarik Black, C.J. Holmes, Ben Mason Norco, CA and Norfolk, VA Dylan McCaffrey makes Elite 11 Finals

June 3: Melbourne, Australia ProKick Football Camp, Jacksonville, FL Football Camp Trinity Christian, Fort Lauderdale Football Camp Nova Southeastern University School Tyreke Johnson, Chase Lasater, Connor Robbins, Zach Sheffer, Derrick Smith, Ameer Speed, Shaun Wade;  Corey Malone-Hatcher commitment

June 2: Atlanta Satellite Camp and Leesburg Lee County HS Breon Dixon, Jayden Haselwood, Jeremiah Hollomon, Jeremiah Hunter, Maynard Jackson, Netori Johnson, Justin Shaffer, Tre Shaw, Israel Spivey, Jelani Woods  Springfield, OH Danny Davis, Antwuan Johnson, Leonard Taylor

June 1: American Samoa Juliano Falaniko and Indianapolis, IN Bishop Chatard HS Ryder Burchett, Hugh Davis, Emil Ekiyor, Donald Johnson, Shiloh Means, Dane Middlebrook, Cameron Misner, Madison Norris, Tyler Pannell, Markese Stepp, Luke Terrill, Tyrone Tracy

May 31: Naperville, IL North Central College

May 27-29: Brelin Faison-Walden, Deron Irving-Bey

May 17-19: Shelton Applewhite, Darrion Green, Dorian Hardy, James Hudson, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Ambry Thomas, and Luiji Vilain

May 10-12: Markese Stepp

May 3-4: Nico Collins, Alex Forsyth, Deron Irving-Bey

April 28: NCAA Board of Governors reinstates Football Satellite Camps

April 22-24: Braeden Childress, Jacob Isaia, Jaylen Kelly-Powell

April 15-17: Henry Bainivalu, Aashari Crosswell, J.T. Daniels, Matt Dotson, Eli Doyle, Jalen Hall, Marcus Johnson, Taariq Johnson, Joseph Lewis, Horace McCoy, Ben Mason, Brevin White

April 12: Naytron Culpepper

April 8-10: Christian Tutt

April 8: NCAA Outlaws Football Satellite Camps

April 3: O'Maury Samuels commitment

April 2: Junior Day: JaRaymond Hall, Brett Neilon; Phillip Paea commitment

April 1: Spring Game Visitors--Jason and Justin Ademilola, Popo Aumavae, Jordan Anthony, Corey Bolds, Ellis Brooks, Jackson Carmon, Stephen Carr, Nico Collins, Meshael Custis, D'Ante Demery, Carter Dunaway, Mike Epstein, Nell Farrell, Kalon Gervin, Trenton Gillison, JaRaymond Hall, Fred Hansard, Dorian Hardy, Robert Hainsey, Xavier Henderson, Elvis Hines, Aidan Hutchinson, Antwuan Johnson, Chase Lasater, Deommodore Lenoir, Marquan McCall, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Mustafa Muhammed, Scotty Nelson, Phillip Paea, Jacub Panasiuk, Merlin "NeeNee" Robertson, Cesar Ruiz, Nolan Rumler, Bartek Rybka, O'Maury Samuels, Shayne Simon, Drew Singleton, Collin Smith, Kurt Taylor, Leonard Taylor, Major Tennison, Deontre Thomas, Malik Vann, Jeremiah Wood, etc. (Michigan Signees: Cameron Cheeseman, Dylan "Kekoa" Crawford, Nick Eubanks, Chris Evans, Devin Gill, Brad Hawkins, Ron Johnson, LaVert Hill, Khaleke Hudson, Nate Johnson, David Long, Elyse Mbem-Bosse, Eddie McDoom, Josh Metellus, Quinn Nordin, Michael Onwenu, Simeon Smith, Joshua Uche, Tru Wilson, etc. will also be at the Spring Scrimmage)

April 1: Leonard Taylor commitment

March 31: Chase Lasater commitment

March 28: Grant Calcaterra Visit; A.J. Dillon and J'Marick Woods commitments

March 26: Michigan Football Practice at Ford Field 12-4 p.m.

March 25-27: Naytron Culpepper, Wyatt Davis, A.J. Dillon, Eldine Dorvil, Otis Doss, George Douglas, Kalon Gervin, M.J. Griffin, Chase Hayden, Robert Hudson, Patrick Lupro, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Phillip Paea, Donovan People-Jones, Devonni Reed, Jordan Reid, De'Andre Square, Jordan Ulmer, Jahz Watts, Eric Wilson, Nayquon Wright

March 24: Corey Bolds, Jordan Reid, Drew Singleton, J'Marick Woods

March 23: DeAndre Wilder

March 22: A.J. Dillon, Kalon Gervin, Sterling Jones, Eric Wilson

March 21: Antwuan Johnson and Joshua Ross commmitments

March 18-20: A.J. Abbott, Devin George, Ryan Gersonde, A.J. Harris, Derrick Hubbard, Kyron McKinnie-Harper, Zhamaine March, Taj Mustapha, LaBryan Ray, Lorenzo Robinson, Tyrone Sampson, Antjuan Simmons, Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Dwayne Thompson, C.J. Thorpe, Joshua Turner, Howard Watkins, Pete Werner

March 17: Jaelen Gill

March 11-13: Tyler Beach, Matt Dotson, Antwuan Jackson, Trey Pugh, Amir Riep, Leonard Taylor

March 8: Eno Benjamin

February 29: 1st Day of Practice at IMG Academy in Sarasota, FL

February 26-28: Kalon Gervin, JaRaymond Hall, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Marquan McCall, Phillip Paea, Donovan People-Jones, Jordan Reid, Steven Spenner, Ambry Thomas, Tyrece Woods

February 21-23: Robert Daniel, JaRaymond Hall, Enzo Jennings, Dwan Mathis, Reggie Pearson, Antjuan Simmons, Dylan Stackhouse, Dominic Williams, Robert Zanders

February 6: Isaiah Wilson Visit

Observations on Michigan Football Recruiting in 2015

February 3, 2016: Signing with the Stars 11:00 a.m. with Ric Flair, Josh Gracin, Lou Holtz, Derek Holland, Desmond Howard, Jon Jansen, Jim Leyland, Todd McShay, Denard Robinson, Mike Shannahan, Jessica Szohr, etc. Meet Michigan's 2016 Commitments LaVert Hill (9:00 a.m.), Quinn Nordin (11:00 a.m.), Rashan Gary (1:00 p.m. on ESPNU), Connor Murphy, Boss Tagaloa and Devin Asiasi (3:00 p.m.) announcements

Preferred Walk-On Offers (26+) and 9 commitments: Hunter Arbit, Peter Bush, Tyler Cochran (commit), Max Daurelle, Bradley Deeg, Dane Drobocky (commit), Conner Edmonds (commit), Greg Gamble, Nash Griffin, Dan Jokisch (commit), Anthony Kay (commit) Tyler Lamica, Derek Lomax, Michael O'Malley, Cedric Mutebi, Carl Myers (commit)Brett Neilon, Michael Shuster (commit), Nathan Skene, Simeon Smith, Holden Thomas, Andrew Vastardis (commit) Cameron Whiteman and Tru Wilson (commit).

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February 1: Dead Period, No Contact Allowed; Jordan Fuller Announcement

January 31: Anthony Kay, Tru Wilson commitments, Nate Johnson In-Home with Coaches Harbaugh and Partridge

January 29-31: Hunter Arbit, Isaiah Simmons Visit

January 30: Stephen Spanellis In-Home

January 29: Warde Manuel Announced as new Michigan Athletic Director

January 28: Nick Eubanks commitment

January 27: Eddie McDoom and Khaleke Hudson commitments, Rashan Gary and Jordan Fuller In-Homes with Harbaugh, Nick Eubanks visit

January 26: Tim Drevno In-Home with Victor Viramontes, Harbaugh In-Home with Chase Allen, Harbaugh offers Biff Poggi the Offensive Analyst position vacated by T.J. Weist

January 25: In-Home Visits with Jordan Elliott (Mattison), Eddie McDoom (Harbaugh) and LaVert Hill unofficial visit, Michael Dwumfour commitment

January 24: Elysee Mbem-Bosse and Joshua Uche commitments, In-Homes with Chris Evans and Jonathan Jones

January 23: East-West Shrine Game: Joe Bolden, Graham Glasgow, and Jake Rudock

January 23: Michigan Student Football Tryouts (55 Try Out) Taylor Krupp makes 2016 Michigan Football Team

January 22-24: Devin Asiasi, Joel Dublanko, Jordan Fuller, Rashan Gary, Elysee Mbem-Bosse, Eddie McDoom, Connor Murphy, Drew Singleton, Donald Stewart, Boss Tagaloa, Joshua Uche, Terrell Vassel

January 21: David Long commitment, Harbaugh to spend night at Chase Allen's House; Kiante Enis and Antwaine Richardson decommitments, In-Home Visits with Dontavious Jackson and Chris Brown

January 20: Elysee Mbem-Bosse In-Home Visit

January 19: Boss Tagaloa School Visit, Joshua Uche In Home Visit, Harbaugh to spend night at Connor Murphy's House, Erik Swenson decommitment

January 18: David Long and Isaiah Simmons In Home Visits

January 15-17: Chase Allen, Michael Dwumfour, Devin Gil, Devery Hamilton, Khaleke Hudson, Josh Metellus, Quinn Nordin, Michael Onwenu, Jake Raulerson, Stephen Spanellis

January 14: Dead Period Ends, Contact Period Begins; Harbaugh to arrive at Quinn Nordin's home at 12:01 a.m. on Friday the 15th and spend the night

January 12: Jim Harbaugh attends Obama State of the Union Address in Washington, DC

U.S. Army All-American Football Game--January 9-San Antonio, TX--Devin Asiasi, Dylan Crawford (commitment), Jordan Elliott, Jordan Fuller, David Long, Michael Onwenu, Brandon Peters

January 6: 2nd Semester begins with 7 new Michigan enrollees: Devin Bush, Kingston Davis, Carlo Kemp, Sean McKeon, Ahmir Mitchell, Brandon Peters and Kareem Walker

January 3: Semper Fidelis All-American Game Joel Dublanko, Khaleke Hudson, Tru Wilson

Under Armour All-American Game-January 2-Orlando, FL--Devin Bush, Rashan Gary

January 1: Bowl Game-Citrus Bowl vs. Florida 41-7

December 31: BCS Semi-Final Games--Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl: Michigan State 0 vs. Alabama 38 and Clemson 37 vs. Oklahoma 17

December 27: Orlando Practice-Jonathan Jones visiting

December 20: Harbaugh names Don Brown as New Defensive Coordinator Don Brown to bring Intensity and Constant Blitzing as New Defensive Coordinator (How Boston College Built a Top 5 Defense)

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December 17: Kareen Walker commitment

December 16: Devin Bush commitment

December 14-January 13: Dead Period

December 13: Jeremiah Hollomon commitment; In-Home with Rashan Gary

December 12: Nate Johnson commitment

December 11-13: Jean Delance, Chris Evans, Brad Hawkins, LaVert Hill, Nate Johnson, Ron Johnson, Jonathan Jones, Eddie McDoom, Brandon Peters, Antwaine Richardson; also, Jim Harbaugh In-Home with Isaac Nauta on the 13th

December 9-10: John Baxter In-Home with Quinn Nordin; Coaches Harbaugh and Wheatley In-Home with Kingston Davis, Jedd Fisch In-Home with Nate Johnson, Jay Harbaugh In-Homes with Devin Asiasi and Connor Murphy

December 8: Jim Harbaugh, Tyrone Wheatley and Jedd Frisch to see Kareem Walker; Coach Partridge In-Home with Donald Stewart, and Donnie Corley and LaVert Hill announcements Postponed

December 7: University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit Football Bust-Sold Out 1100 Tickets-Laurel Park Manor, Livonia-Jehu Chesson MVP

December 7: Victor Viramontes decommitment; Jordan Fuller In-Home, Jay Harbaugh In-Home with Nick Eubanks

December 4-6: John Baxter to visit Quinn Nordin; Greg Mattison visits Levi Onwuzurike and In-Home with Chris Daniels, 2nd In-Home Visit with David Long, Tim Drevno In-Home with Terrance Davis, and Mike Zordich had an In-Home with Khaleke Hudson

December 3-4 Coach Visits: Rakeem Boyd, Chris Daniels; Jay Harbaugh In-Home with Sean McKeon, Jedd Fisch & Jim Harbaugh In-Home with Dylan Crawford and David Long in California. New Linebacker Coach, Chris Partridge, dropped in on Jonathan Jones, Antwaine Richardson, and Devin Bush in Florida

December 2: D.J. Durkin announced as New Maryland Head Coach; Candidates to replace him include Scott Shafer, Jim Leavitt, Lance Anderson, Vic Fangio, Justin Wilcox, Mel Tucker, Jeremy Pruitt, Ed Donatell, Don Martindale, Dean Pees, Butch Davis, Randy Shannon, etc. Mattison will be Defensive Coordinator vs. Florida in Citrus Bowl. Pruitt to meet with Harbaugh Durkin Coaches with "Hair on Fire"

December 1: Coach Wheatley In-Home with Kingston Davis, Harbaugh visited Davis Mills

Coaching Carousel Spins Ever Faster

November 30: In Home Visits: Donnie Corley & LaVert Hill with Jim Harbaugh & Mike Zordich. Jay Harbaugh visited Isaac Nauta at IMG Academy, Jim Harbaugh to Brandon Peters, Tim Drevno visited Jean Delance, Tyrone Wheatley to Kareem Walker, D.J. Durkin & Greg Mattison visited Rashan Gary and Jordan Fuller.

November 28: Ohio State-Jayson Ademilola, Justin Ademilola, Tarik Black, Ben Bredeson, Chris Brown, Devin Bush, Keyshon Camp, Jackson Carman, Nico Collins, Donnie Corley, Max Daurelle, Deejay Davis, Kingston Davis, Terrence Davis, Matt Dotson, Carter Dunaway, Emil Ekiyor, Jordan Elliott, Chris Evans, Desmond Fairell, Tyler Friday, Deangelo Gibbs, Robert Hainsey, JaRaymond Hall, Devery Hamilton, Fred Hansard, Mecole Hardman, Brad Hawkins, Chase Hayden, Jaquan Henderson, LaVert Hill, J.J. Holloman, Derrick Hubbard, Dontavious Jackson, Ron Johnson, Jonathan Jones, Sterling Jones, Velus Jones, Joshua Kaindoh, Zack Kuntz, Elysee Mbem-Bosse, Marquan McCall, Jeffrey McCullough, Anthony McFarland, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Ahmir Mitchell, Quinn Nordin, Micah Parsons, Brandon Peters, Armani Posey, Antwan Reed, Cesar Ruiz, Nolan Rumler, Bartek Rybka, Benjamin St. Juste, Michael Shuster, Drew Singleton, Collin Smith, Simeon Smith, Markese Stepp, Allen Stritzinger, Erik Swenson, Cam Taylor, Kurt Taylor, Ambry Thomas, C.J. Turner, Victor Viramontes, Lamont Wade, Allen Walters, Austin Wilson, and Keyshawn "Pie" Young

November 7: Rutgers: Brandon Adams, Drew Beesley, Jimmy Bell, Peter Bush, Chris Daniels, Dane Drobocky, Carter Dunaway, Kingsley Enechukwu, Jordan Elliott, Dan Jokisch, Sam Kamara, Mustafa Khaleefa, John Kuchnicki, Tyler Lamica, Marquan McCall, Sean McKeon, Carl Myers, Quinn Nordin, Bryce Robinson, Josh Ross, Rolan Rumler, Simeon Smith, Jaden Sutton, Erik Swenson, Terius Wheatley, Tru Wilson

October 17: Michigan State: Alex Angelas, Korey Banks, Jacob Baldwin, Jordan Brewer, Donnie Corley, Keegan Cousou, Dylan Crawford, Zach Darwiche, Jean Delance, Conner Edmonds, Bailey Edwards, Emil Ekiyor, Chris Evans, Kalon Gervin, Brandon Gray, Rodney Hall, K.J. Hamler, Devery Hamilton, Chase Hayden, Noah Hendricks, Lavert Hill, Derrick Hubbard, Lamar Jackson, Guam Lee, David Long, Terrell Lucas, Dylan McCaffrey, Jake Marwede, Emani Mason, Isaac Nauta, Quinn Nordin, Michael Onwenu, Jeb Palka, Reggie Pearson, Brandon Peters, Chase Pine, Armani Posey, Antwan Reed, Charles Reeves, Jordan Reid, Josh Ross, Nolan Rumler, Benjamin St. Juste, Sir Patrick Scott, Antjuan Simmons, Marquis Smith, Allen Stritzinger, Eric Swenson, Kurt Taylor, Ambry Thomas, Delvin Washington, Jason Whittaker, Bryce Wolma, Tyrece Woods, and Keyshawn Young

October 16: Kurt Taylor commitment

October 10: Northwestern (Homecoming): Kailen Abrams, Quayshon Alexander, RaShawn Allen, Jordan Brewer, Devin Bush, Carter Dunaway, Trenton Guthrie, JaRaymond Hall, Brad Hawkins, LaVert Hill, Ron Johnson, Sam Johnson, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Brandon Leach, Marquan McCall, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Dwan Mathis, Justin Mathis, Ahmir Mitchell, Quinn Nordin, Levi Onwuzurike, Ovie Oghoufo, David Reese, Josh Ross, Derek Smith, Simeon Smith, Allen Stritzinger, Erik Swenson, Kareem Walker, and Tyrece Woods

September 26: BYU: Christian Boyd, Keegan Cossou, Kingston Davis, Carter Dunaway, Chris Evans, T.J. Garrity, Rashan Gary, Mac Hippenhammer, Dytarious Johnson, Carlo Kemp, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Antwan Reed, David Reese, Kyle Sassack, Kurt Taylor, Nate Umlor, Allan Walters, Bryce Wolma

September 19: UNLV: Christian Boyd, Keyshon Camp, Kingsley Enechukwu, Derrick Hubbard, Jimmy Jaggers, Caleb Kelly, Philip Paea, Armani Posey, Micah Price, David Reese, Kyle Sassack, Antjuan Simmons, Steven Spenner, Cody White, Joshua Ross, Ambry Thomas, Jordan George-Nwogu

September 12: Oregon State: Johnathan Berghorst, Richard Bowens, Jonathan Brys, Matt Falcon, Cameron Feguer, Rodney Hall, K.J. Hamler, Alex Kressman, Jared Mayden, Davis Mills, David Reese, Josh Ross, Allen Stritzinger, Kurt Taylor, C.J. Thorpe, Nate Umlor, Victor Viramontes, etc.

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September 3: 1st Game at Utah

August 31: 1st Official Depth Chart

August 27: Ahmir Mitchell commitment/MHSAA Football First Games

August 24: Matt Falcon to miss Senior season with ankle injury, now offered medical scholarship as of October 18

August 22: Students only Practice at Michigan Stadium 7-10 p.m.

August 18: Antwaine Richardson reports torn ACL injury, to miss Senior Year Football Season

August 12: Bryan Mone breaks leg

August 10: MHSAA Football 1st Practice Day

August 10: Chris Daniels

August 7: Fall Practice begins

August 6-8: Rashad Weaver

August 6: Football Youth Fan Day 12 Noon-3:30 p.m.

August 2: Barbeque at the Big House: Jayson Ademilola, Justin Ademilola, Ben Bredeson, Donnie Corley, Terrence Davis, Devontae Dobbs, Carter Dunaway, Emil Ekiyor, Kiante Enis, Chris Evans, Matt Falcon, Kalon Gervin, JaRaymond Hall, K.J. Hamler, Brad Hawkins, Derrick Hubbard, LaVert Hill, Ron Johnson, Sam Johnson, El Julian Jordan, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Carlo Kemp, Marquan McCall, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Dwan Mathis, Ahmir Mitchell, Michael Onwenu, Dam Payne, Donovan People-Jones, Brandon Peters, Armani Posey, David Reese, Josh Ross, Cesar Ruiz, Bartek Rybka, Sir Patrick Scott (commitment), Antjuan Simmons, Will Small, Jonathan Smith, Allen Stritzinger, Erik Swenson, Kurt Taylor, Ambry Thomas, Johncarlo Valentin, Terrell Vasel, J'Marick Woods, Tyrece Woods, etc.

July 31: Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon: Joe Bolden, Jehu Chesson and James Ross

July 18: Tony Butler, Brad Hawkins, Ron Johnson

July 16: Detroit Youth Impact Program

July 5-10: Elite 11 Finals at Beaverton, OR with Brandon Peters

July 3: Brad Hawkins commitment

June 29-30: Youngstown Satellite Camp

June 25: Ron Johnson commitment

June 24-28: Rashad Gary, Ron Johnson, Ahmir Mitchell, Cesar Ruiz, Naseir Upshur

June 24: Devery Hamilton commitment

June 23: Benjamin St. Juste commitment

June 20: Michigan Quarterback Camp

June 19-21: Jake Allen, Tarik Black, Tony Butler, Jack Coan, Jonathan Jones, Josh Mueller, Drew Singleton, Jimmy Taylor, Allen Walters, Jhonathan Williams, Brock White

June 19: Devon Gil commitment

June 17: Ben Bredeson and Josh Metellus commitments

June 14-17: Michigan Football Camp

Jake Allen, Jafar Armstrong, Emil Ekiyor, Ja'Raymond Hall, K.J. Hamler, Kasim Hill, Hunter Johnson, Daniel Joseph, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Donovan People-Jones, Brandon Peters, Antjuan Simmons, Allen Stritzinger, Jaymest Williams

June 12-14: Devin Bush, Chase Claypool, Alphonso Cornish, Micah Croom, Brennon Dingle, Beau English, Tyshon Fog, Devin Gil (commitment), Nijuell Hill, Jonathan Jones, Joshua Kaindoh, Xavier Kelly, Sean McKeon (commitment), Josh Metellus (commitment), Trayvon Mullen, Jahcour Pearson, Donovan People-Jones, Patrick Rene, Morgan Scroggins, Steven Smothers, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Osiris St. Brown, Jonathan Sutherland, Naseir Upshur, Johncarlo Valentin, Binjimen Victor, Luiji Vilian, Jaymest Williams, Malek Young

Sound Mind Sound Body Camp Detroit

Korey Banks, Donnie Corley, Nate Craig-Myers, Micah Croom, Bailey Edwards, Desmond Fitzpatrick, DaQuon Green, K.J. Hamler, Ja'Raymond Hall, K.J. Hamler, Daelin Hayes, Lavert Hill, Naquan Jones, Michael Jordan, Daniel Joseph, Xavier Kelly, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Brandon Leach, Sean McKeon, Tre McKitty, Michael Onwensu, Jahcour Pearson, Donovan People-Jones, Martell Pettway, Isaiah Pryor, David Reese, Patrick Rene, Joshua Ross, Steven Smothers, Allen Stritzinger, Jonathan Sunderland, Ambry Thomas, Naseir Upshur, Johncarlo Valentin, Binjamen Victor, Robert Washington, Malek Young, etc.

June 11: Fresno, California Satellite Camp

Caleb Kelly, Johnny Rojas, Victor Viramontes (commitment), Bryson Young

The Most Interesting Man in College Football: Jim Harbaugh

June 10: Mission Viejo, California Satellite Camp

Alex Akingbulu, A.J. Collins, Davaughn Cooper, Troy Dye, Lamar Jackson, Greg Johnson, Taariq Johnson, Jack Jones, Joseph Lewis, David Long, Tyler Lytle, Dezmond Patton, C.J. Pollard, Jaylon Redd, Nathan Tilford

June 9: Dallas (Grand Prairie) Satellite Camp Register (250) Inside Look 5 Star Rating Good Impressions in Texas

Jack Anderson, Eno Benjamin, Tre Brown, Baron Browning, Eric Cuffee, Jean Delance, Levi Draper, Devin Duvernay, Donovan Duvernay, Anthony Hines, Kendric James, Hezekiah Jones, Jalen Mayden, Jared Mayden, Jeffrey Okudah, Roshauud Paul, Shawn Robinson, Darrell Simpson, Raleigh Texada, Casey Thompson, Rahssan Thornton, Tracin Wallace, Tylan Wallace Summer Swarm lands in Texas Video

June 8: Houston Satellite Camp

Jhamon Ausbon, Chris Brown, Toneil Carter, Isaiah Chambers, Austin Decalus, Jordan Elliott, Dontavious Jackson, Jeffrey McCullough, Lorenzo Neal, Donovan Stiner, Keith Sullivan, Marvin Wilson, Brock Wright

Harbaugh's Summer Swarm Tour has people talking

June 7: Lafayette College Easton, PA Satellite Camp (1400)

Jayson Ademilola, Justin Ademilola, Michael Dwumfour, Drew Singleton

June 6: Miami, FL (Remember the Titans at the Big House)

Tyler Dunning, Devin Gil (commitment), Dallas Jeanty, Terrell Lucas, Jordan Merrell, Josh Metellus (commitment), Kato Nelson, James Sutton, Clevan Thomas, Dominick Watt, Rashad Weaver (commitment), etc.

June 6: Tampa, FL Satellite Camp Bollingbrook, IL USF Willie Taggart Harbaugh appearance benefits Bulls

Devan Barrett, Decalon Brooks, Zachary Carter, Marwan Gilmore, Daquon Green, Tre' McKitty, Isaiah Macklin, Jayvaughn Myers, Jarez Parks, Antwaine Richardson (commitment), Alex Rodriquez, K.J. Sails, etc.

June 5: Prattville, Alabama Satellite Camp (475) Harbaugh goes shirtless Northern Agitator in Prattville Area Talent enjoys Harbaugh

Marlon Davidson, Kingston Davis, Dytarious Johnson (commitment), Bronson Steiner, J'Marick Woods, etc.

June 4: Indianapolis Satellite Camp (165) Video

Alex Aglee, Brock Burns, Tyronne Caldwell, Jaylin Dickerson, Emil Ekiyor, Kiante Enis (commitment), Chris Evans (commitment), Kordell Looney, Brandon Peters, R.J. Potts, Drew Schoerbel, Markese Stepp, Javon Swann, etc.

June 2: Carter Dunaway, K.J. Hamler, JaRaymond Hall, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Josh Ross, Allen Stritzinger, Ambry Thomas

June 2: Michael Onwenu commitment

May 30-31: Ben Bredeson (commitment), Kiante Enis (commitment), Chris Evans (commitment), Matt Falcon (commitment), Khalid Kareem, Austin Mack, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Dylan McCaffrey, Brandon Peters, Auston Robertson, J.D. Spielman, Donald Stewart for Winter Carnival

May 22: Assistant Director of Football Operations Job Posting Deadline is May 29

May 13: Jim Minick, Director of Football Operations, arrested on DUI-Suspended Indefinitely; Blake Countess announced leaving Michigan (Transfer to Auburn)

May 12: Dennis Norfleet Dismissed from Team, Academic Difficulties

May 8-10: Austen Robertson, Cole Van Lanen

May 1-3: Austin Mack

April 24-26: Alex Akingbulu, Devery Hamilton (commitment), Jimmy Jaggers

Harbaugh Invites Coaches from all NCAA Division I Football Programs to Satellite Camps (SEC won't send coaches)

April 21: Winter Term Ends

April 8: Matt Falcon commitment

April 6: Kingston Davis commitment

Observations on the Michigan Spring Game 2015

April 4: Spring Game-Practice #15-Toks Akinribrade, Austin Anderson, Riley Anderson, Chris Brown, Tony Butler, Donnie Corley, Kingston Davis, Terrance Davis, Camilo Eifler, A.J. Epenesa, Matt Falcon, Zach Gentry, J.J. Givens, Jordan George-Nwogu, JaRaymond Hall, Karan Higdon, Derrick Hubbard, Dontavious Jackson, Hunter Johnson, Shelton Johnson, Khalid Kareem, Jaylen Kelly-Powell, Tyree Kinnel, Marquan McCall, Grant Newsome, Quinn Nordin, Michael Onwensu, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Grant Perry, Brandon Peters, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Isaiah Pryor, Hunter Rison, Josh Ross, Todd Sibley, Antjan Simmons, Taurus Simpson, Will Small, Allen Stritzinger, Darrius Stokes, Keith Washington, Tyrone Wheatley Jr., Taron Vincent, and Abdullah Yaseen.

300 M Letterwinners coming to Spring Game

April 4-David Reese commitment

April 3-Brandon Peters commitment

April 2-14th Practice

March 31-13th Practice

Harbaugh Cancels Women's Football Academy and Men's Football Experience

March 28-Cary Angeline, Corey Banks, Devin Bush, Emil Ekiyor, Desmond Fitzpatrick, Rashan Gary, Joshua Hammond, Brad Hawkins, Jaelin Hayes, Ron Johnson, Michael Jordan, Khalid Kareem, Josh King, Cedric Lattimore, Ahmir Mitchell, Michael Onwenu, Isaiah Pryor, Andrew Pryts, David Reese, Demetric Vance, Jaymest Williams/12th Practice

March 26-Blake O'Neill/11th Practice

March 24-10th Practice

March 21-9th Practice

March 19-8th Practice

March 17-7th Practice/Jalen Cochran/Donnie Corley/Josh Jackson/Michael Jordan/Michael Onwenu/Jake Rudock

March 14-6th Practice

March 12-Logan Byrd, Jordan Fuller, K.J. Hamler, Khalid Kareem, Caleb Kelly, Cavaughn Stewart, and David Tate visits/5th Practice

March 10-4th Practice

March 6-8-Austin Mack visit

Winter Recess: February 28-March 8

February 27 (3rd Practice)-March 1 Visitors: Matt Falcon, Desmond Fitzpatrick, Corey Malone-Hatcher, Will Small

February 26-2nd Practice

February 24-1st Spring Practice

February 20-22: Bryce Brand, Rodney Hall, Corey Malone-Hatcher, John O'Korn, Josh Ross, Taeshon Trotter, Tim Walton

February 17: Donnie Corley, Matt Falcon, Desmond Fitzpatrick, Michael Jordan, Khalid Kareem, Michael Onwenu, Donovan People-Jones, David Reese, Demetric Vance

Observations on Michigan Football Recruiting in 2014

February 4, 2015 Signing Day Note: The signing period extends to April 30

February 4: Tyrone Wheatley Jr., Shelton Johnson, Karan Hidgon, Keith Washington commitments 

February 3: Grant Perry commitment

Visits January 30-February 1: Jarius Adams, Karan Higdon, Van Jefferson, Blake O'Neill, Michael Oliver, Jon Runyan Jr. and Chris Terech (M vs. Penn State Wrestling on January 30)

January 28: Chris Clark In-Home Visit

January 27: Tyrone Wheatley Jr. Visit

January 26: Iman Marshall In-Home Visit

January 25: Nolan Ulizio commitment

January 24: Reuben Jones and Zach Gentry commitments

Visits January 23-25: Iman Marshall Jan. 19, Markell Bush, Zach Gentry

Rueben Jones, Will Lockett, Jake Pickard, Matt Snyder, Nolan Ulizio, Reagan Williams, and Chris Williamson (M vs. Wisconsin Basketball on January 24 at Crisler Arena/Swimming vs. Ohio State/Wrestling vs. Wisconsin on January 23 at Cliff Keen Arena)

January 21: Ryan Davis and Damon Arnett In-Home Visits

Visits January 16-18: Damon Arnette, Chris Clark, Andrew David, Shelton Johnson, Tyree Kinnel, Roquan Smith (M vs. Northwestern Basketball on January 17 at Crisler Arena/Wrestling vs. Ohio State on January 18 at Cliff Keen Arena)

Dead Period ends January 14, Contact Period begins January 15

January 7: Classes Resume Alex Malzone and Brian Cole enroll, First Team Meeting under Coach Harbaugh

Coach Harbaugh Introduction to Team 136 and Winter Conditioning Schedule

Michigan Football Coaching Search 2014

December 30-Jim Harbaugh named New Head Football Coach

December 2-Chris Clark Decommitment

December 2-Brady Hoke and Staff Fired