Wolverines add James Ross to coaching staff; predicting final commitments for Michigan’s 2018 recruiting class
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Wolverines add James Ross to coaching staff
Former Michigan linebacker James Ross announced Monday on Twitter the Wolverines have hired him as a defensive assistant. Ross played 50 games for Michigan from 2012-15, and told MLive in August that he was hoping to join Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff as a graduate assistant.
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Predicting final commitments for Michigan’s 2018 recruiting class
Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen makes his predictions for which recruits will sign with the Wolverines and which athletes will choose other schools. The good news: Goheen thinks Michigan will get 4-star linebacker Otis Reese.
What Kevin Doyle’s de-commitment means for Wolverines class
Quarterback Kevin Doyle announced Sunday on Twitter he was de-committing from Michigan. Goheen explains what that means for the Wolverines’ 2018 recruiting class and for the team’s quarterback situation.
Holland TE Luke Buckman joins Michigan as preferred walk-on
Holland tight end Luke Buckman announced Sunday on Twitter that he has de-committed from Grand Valley State University to accept a preferred walk-on offer from Michigan. He is the third in-state player to accept a preferred walk-on offer from Michigan in the last week.
2019 quarterback Sam Johnson talks Michigan offer
Quarterback Sam Johnson is one of the Wolverines’ latest targets for 2019. The 6-foot-4, 195 pound senior is a 3-star pro-style quarterback, according to 247Sports. Michigan offered him a scholarship on Friday.
Michigan’s Brandon Graham wins Super Bowl 52 with Philadelphia Eagles
.@brandongraham55 is a SUPER BOWL CHAMPION!!!
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) February 5, 2018
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