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10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East
5hGerry Hamilton

Early Commit: Michigan continues in-state dominance with Hutchinson

Michigan is in search of a third-straight top-10 recruiting class under Jim Harbaugh. If the early returns are any indication, the chances are high. With a pair of ESPN Junior 300 commits already in the fold, the Wolverines picked a third ranked commit on Tuesday night when defensive end Aidan Hutchinson committed to his long time favorite.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN Jr 300 defensive end Aidan Hutchinson has committed to Michigan. Hutchinson, the No. 94 ranked prospect overall, is the son of former Michigan All-American defensive lineman Chris Hutchinson. The commitment gives the Wolverines three ESPN Jr 300 commitments in the 2018 class.

Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Faalele (OL at IMG out of Australia) is physically impressive in size & in a few reps of 1-on-1 can see why already gaining interest despite lack of experience

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart owns one of the most impressive offer lists in California, with Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, UCLA, USC and other chasing. The nation's No. 108 overall prospect mentioned USC and Washington as two of the schools standing out early.

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Olaijah Griffin is the nation's No. 130 overall prospect with offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC. The Trojans could be tough to beat for Griffin, whose father is rapper Warren G.

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 offensive tackle Penei Sewell is part of another talented group of prospects in Utah this year. Sewell took an unofficial visit to USC this weekend and also holds offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA and others.

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Recruiting Nation: Trae Young picks Oklahoma

Matt Schick interviews Oklahoma commit Trae Young. Plus, Paul Biancardi on how coaching changes impact basketball recruiting & a discussion on Jim Harbaugh's contentious hire.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan's football program got approval to move forward with a $21 million weight room renovation Thursday. Plans include a 32,000 square foot weight room (the size of two-thirds of a football field) and a 5,000 square foot mezzanine level.

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Harbaugh with a mullet? Hair you go!

In honor of Jaromir Jagr's 45th birthday on Wednesday, we've transplanted the NHL star's signature hairstyle onto some of the sports world's most recognizable figures. Including Jim Harbaugh. Check out the new 'do

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8dTodd McShay

McShay's Top 32: Charlton, Peppers in top 15

Jabrill Peppers' uber-versatility is well-documented, but Taco Charlton also proved this season he'll be flexible enough to fit either a 3-4 or 4-3 off the edge.

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9dDan Murphy

Ex-Niners OC Johnson to join Michigan staff

Michael Johnson will become the latest former NFL assistant coach on Jim Harbaugh's staff at Michigan, joining the recently hired Pep Hamilton.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

SOURCE: Former Michigan wide receiver Freddy Canteen is transferring to Notre Dame as a graduate. Canteen, who will have two years of eligibility left, indicated Notre Dame is his next destination in a tweet earlier Saturday. He didn't play for Michigan in 2016 and announced Jan. 3 he would seek a transfer. Canteen caught six passes in two seasons for the Wolverines.

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