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10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

ESPN Jr. 300 tight end Will Mallory has a top three of Michigan, Miami and Georgia. Warming up here at The Opening Atlanta regional camp


Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker Alston Orji, ranked No. 159 overall, in drills at the Under Armour camp in Dallas. Good looking prospect and academics are important to him.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

LB Alston Orji says when he comes out with a top list he knows Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M will make the list. Wants to build a relationship with Michigan, UCLA, Georgia and Vanderbilt among others

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Brothers German (37) and Gemon (36) Green are intriguing prospects. Gemon is coming off an injury, but both have a lot of interest coming in from Michigan, Texas, TCU, Colorado and others

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4dMichael Rothstein

Butt says college players deserve to be paid

With his NFL draft stock likely to drop after he tore his right ACL in the Orange Bowl, former Michigan tight end Jake Butt said Friday that college athletes should be paid.

Jake Butt: Pay for play discussions need to happen (2:03)
Harbaugh recognizes recruiting angle at Michigan pro day (0:46)
Harbaugh gushes about Peppers' defensive skills (0:46)
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4dJeff Darlington

Harbaugh dumps $8 khakis for high-end garb

During Michigan's pro day on Friday, Jim Harbaugh revealed he has traded in his trademark $8 khakis for a pair of pants made by Lululemon, known for its high-end activewear.

Jeff Darlington ESPN 

I just had a good chat with Jim Harbaugh at University of Michigan's Pro Day about his khaki game. He now wears high-end activewear Lululemon pants. "I'll never wear anything else." Man, he's come a long way.

Peppers one of the draft's most intriguing players (0:43)
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6dAdam Rittenberg

Future offense rankings: Fresh faces fuel Wolverines

There are plenty of holes to fill on offense in Ann Arbor -- seven starting spots, to be exact -- but promising playmakers like Eddie McDoom could electrify in 2017.

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6dGerry Hamilton

No. 17 B.J. Foster talks LSU, Texas

Foster, a Houston-area ESPN Junior 300 prospect, is leaning to local programs LSU and Texas, but others could change his mind.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Seven schools remain in the mix for Dorian Thompson-Robinson, the nation's No. 4 dual-threat quarterback. Thompson-Robinson released his list of seven finalists via twitter, as Cal, Florida State, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina and UCLA remain in the hunt to sign the No. 107 overall prospect and No. 2 uncommitted quarterback at this time. It looks like this could come down to a battle between Michigan and UCLA, as the Bruins established themselves early as the program to beat for Thompson-Robinson and his teammate, ESPN 300 tight end Brevin Jordan, while Thompson-Robinson's mother attended Michigan. Cal was not on his initial top-12 list, while Florida State and Oregon are programs to watch and could make a move.

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Jim Harbaugh on his approach to coaching

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh dishes on the biggest difference between college football and the NFL, his approach to coaching and his tweet featuring a photo of the late Woody Hayes.

Harbaugh tries to emulate Ohio State legend (0:48)
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7dMichael Rothstein

Lewis, accuser stories differ on alleged assault

An Ann Arbor police report details differing accounts of an alleged domestic violence incident between former Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis and his girlfriend, the accuser.

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