Michigan early enrollees suited up in khakis

Michigan recruits Donovan Peoples-Jones and Tarik Black showed off their khaki solidarity with coach Jim Harbaugh at Wednesday's "Signing of the Stars" national signing day event. Daniel Mears/Detroit News via AP

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Many of Michigan's 11 early enrollees attended the football program's "Signing of the Stars" event Wednesday afternoon and were already wearing their first versions of the Wolverine and Jim Harbaugh uniform.

The midyear enrollees spoke with hosts Randy and Jason Sklar while wearing maize and blue Jordan sneakers and, of course, khakis. Defensive players Ambry Thomas, Ben Mason, J'Marick Woods, Jaylen Kelly-Powell and Benjamin St.-Juste joined their new coaches on stage. Thomas, a four-star Detroit native, said he's looking forward to playing in front of the home crowd in Ann Arbor.

Michigan introduced each of its position groups along with former alumni, such as Braylon Edwards, Lamar Woodley and Graham Glasgow. The defensive backs and linebackers were introduced by former Wolverines Ian Gold and Marlin Jackson.