Michigan pursues 5-star RB Quavaris Crouch; Wolverines recruiting grad transfer T Calvin Anderson
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Michigan pursues 5-star 2019 RB Quavaris Crouch
The Wolverines coaching staff is making another run at a 5-star running back. This year, it’s Quavaris Crouch from Charlotte, N.C., , who recently told 247Sports his Michigan visit was his best of the summer. Other schools pursuing Crouch include Alabama, Clemson, Florida State and Ohio State, among others.
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Wolverines recruiting grad transfer T Calvin Anderson
Michigan has a need at both right and left tackle in 2018, and Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is searching the country to find them. Harbaugh and members of his staff visited with Rice graduate transfer tackle Calvin Anderson on Monday; Anderson was an honorable mention tackle in Conference USA in 2016 and 2017.
Michigan’s top tight end duo
Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press breaks down the Wolverines’ tight ends last season, calling them one of the best duos in the country. Baumgardner argues Zach Gentry and Sean McKeon were the team’s most reliable pass-catching options for most of the season.
Michigan season chronicled in 8-part documentary
The Wolverines opened their doors to a film crew during the 2017 season, and Amazon Prime will release the eight-part documentary sometime in January. Each episode will capture the team’s journey by filming on location as many as four days per week.
A closer look at 4-star QB Joe Milton
As part of a series of Next Generation articles introducing the incoming Michigan Class of 2018 freshmen, Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi traveled to Florida to spend time with 4-star QB Joe Milton.
Michigan Track and Field’s Erin Finn runs 4:40.17 mile
— Michigan Track & Field / Cross Country (@UMichTrack) January 16, 2018
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