Fifth-year senior defensive tackle Maurice Hurst decided to return to the Wolverines for the 2017-18 season.

While watching on the sidelines Friday at Pro Day could have made him feel like he missed out on a golden opportunity, Hurst realizes that same opportunity might still lie before him.

Redshirt junior quarterback Wilton Speight already has the starting spot on lock, a stark contrast to last season.

No longer is Speight the one benefitting from the experience around him — he’s the man expected to provide that experience.

Sophomore safety Josh Metellus started in Jabrill Peppers' place in the Orange Bowl.

Khaleke Hudson, Josh Metellus and Jordan Glasgow are the early candidates to replace Jabrill Peppers at the position.

Jake Butt used his platform at Michigan's Pro Day to address issues he has with NCAA policies regarding compensation for student athletes.

Senior defensive end Taco Charlton speaks to the press at the football Pro Day on Friday.

Friday afternoon, the draft-eligible Wolverines spoke to the media following the team’s annual Pro Day and reflected on how they made it to this moment.

Former Wolverine Jabrill Peppers has eased the controversy surrounding his positional identity at the NFL Combine.

Peppers — a do-it-all Heisman finalist who played in all three phases of the game — had a particularly intensive NFL Combine, testing with both the linebackers and defensive backs on consecutive days.

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh with recruits from the incoming class at "Signing of the Stars" at Crisler Center on Wednesday.

Last year's "Signing of the Stars" was a celebrity-laden showcase, but this year, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh centered the event around family.

Coach Jim Harbaugh at Signing of the Stars at Crisler Center on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Michigan reeled in the commitments of five-star defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon and four-star wide receiver Nico Collins to cap off its bumper crop of a recruiting class.

Frey returns to Ann Arbor after previously serving as the offensive line coach under former coach Rich Rodriguez between 2008 and 2010.

Fifth-year senior defensive end Chris Wormley after the game against Indiana on Nov. 19.

Chris Wormley wrote a letter of thanks to the Michigan community for supporting him throughout the season.