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Michigan center Cesar Ruiz tells The Detroit News that the Wolverines' offensive line will 'get it done' this season.

Michigan’s Cesar Ruiz says OL will ‘get it done’; CB commits to Wolverines

Tolly Taylor

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Michigan’s Cesar Ruiz says OL will ‘get it done’

The Detroit News’ Angelique S. Chengelis reports that Cesar Ruiz, the No. 1 center coming out of high school at IMG Academy in the Class of 2017, is now set to become the Wolverines’ starting center this fall. He made six starts at right guard last season, and told Chengelis that the offensive line is “going to get it done this year.”

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2020 CB Andre Seldon Jr. commits to Wolverines

The Wolverines have secured their first defensive back in the 2020 class with a commitment from Belleville (Mich.) cornerback Andre Seldon Jr. Receiving an offer from Michigan after attending camp on Monday, Seldon nearly committed to coach Jim Harbaugh on the spot, but instead slept on it for two days and decided to make it official on Wednesday.

Chance to be Jim Harbaugh’s assistant

Michigan posted a job opening last Friday, seeking an executive assistant to the head football coach. If you have such experience, know football and longed for an opportunity to work for Jim Harbaugh, here’s your chance.

Michigan camp yields offers

Michigan hosted Big Man and All-Prospect camps Monday, and the Wolverines extended many offers, including to players in the 2019 class. The Wolverines offered 6-foot-2, 245-pound Belleville defensive end Tyrece Woods, who displayed quickness off the ball and pass-rush skills in 1-on-1s.

Wolverines can be picky at positions of depth

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen explains why the Wolverines can be picky while recruiting certain positions, especially running back, wide receiver and safety. As Goheen writes, Michigan has such good depth at those positions that the Wolverines don’t have to jump at any prospect that simply shows interest.

Michigan’s Chase Winovich earns men’s breakthrough athlete of the year

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