The Michigan Wolverines have experienced a recruiting renaissance under new coach Brady Hoke. And on National Signing Day, Hoke and his coaches will sit back and enjoy the fruits of their labor. Michigan isn't expecting any new commitments on NSD, and instead, will see if all their current commitments send in their letters of intent.
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Michigan has a strong group of linemen in this class. The headliners are five-star defensive tackle Ondre Pipkens of Kansas CIty (Mo.) Park Hill High School and four-star offensive lineman Kyle Kallis of Lakewood (Oh.) St. Edward School. Both players might not be likely to start immediately for the Wolverines, but should see playing time early in their careers. Both are over 6'3" and 300 pounds. Also in the fold is Erik Magnuson, a 6'6" offensive lineman out of Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon.
Elsewhere, Michigan grabbed a commitment from stud linebacker Joe Bolden, of Cincinnati (Oh.) Colerain. The 6'2" 235 pound four-star linebacker was all over the field at the Under Armour All-America Game in Florida.
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