Football

Redshirt junior quarterback Wilton Speight has developed a new rhythm both mentally and physically.

The redshirt junior, Michigan’s returning starting quarterback, has exuded a new aura of confidence and poise, aided by a mentality shift courtesy of his head coach.

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O’Korn returned to Michigan despite facing an uphill battle to see the field.

The fifth-year senior could’ve transferred again, finding playing time readily elsewhere. Yet O’Korn loved Michigan too much to leave, especially with the addition of Pep Hamilton.

Last October, Perry was accused of sexually assaulting a woman outside a bar in East Lansing. In July, he pleaded guilty to one count of resisting an officer and one count of assault and battery

Fifth-year senior linebacker Mike McCray looks to take on a leadership role as the sole returning starter on Michigan's defense.

The omnipresent theme for Michigan — young and talented, but inexperienced — applies to its linebacking corps as much as anywhere, and McCray has asserted himself as a necessary veteran voice for that group.

Junior safety Tyree Kinnel is the most experienced returning member of Michigan's secondary, despite having never started a game.

For Kinnel, the most important aspects of his new role are trust and communication.

Hinton is the country’s top strong-side defensive end and ninth-best prospect overall, according to 247Sports' composite rankings.

On Monday, four-star linebacker Cameron McGrone announced his commitment to the Michigan football program, becoming the 12th member of the Wolverines’ 2018 recruiting class.

Three-star Naples, Fla. cornerback Sammy Faustin announced his commitment Wednesday afternoon, becoming the thirteenth recruit to join the Wolverines’ 2018 recruiting class.

The string of commitments for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff continued Monday, as four-star linebacker Cameron McGrone announced his intention to play for the Wolverines.

McGrone is the 14th ranked outside linebacker in the 2018 class, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.

Redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Rashan Gary is expected to have a breakthrough season.

The pair will attempt to lead Michigan's defensive line after the graduation of four senior starters.

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