February 6, 2013
Offensive line earns highest grade among 2013 haul
With five four-star recruits and six overall, Michigan's offensive line haul earned the highest mark among the Wolverines' positions in the 2013 recruiting class. Here is a look at how the Maize and Blue graded out at quarterback, running back and beyond.
Quarterback (1): Four-star Shane Morris was the first to commit in the 2013 class and became a pied-piper for the Maize and Blue, actively recruiting all of his 26 future classmates. From a leadership/intangibles standpoint he gives the Wolverines exactly what they need. He also has the physical skills to help engineer Michigan's eventual move to a more pro-style offense. On his talent alone, U-M fared well, though it probably could have added a second signal-caller to shore up some depth concerns. Grade: A
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