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Michigan now has a complete defensive staff, which obviously helps on the recruiting trail. New head coach Sherrone Moore brought in some young, fiery dudes who have all been billed as very solid recruiters. Now, recruits know what they're going to get at Michigan and it's going to start paying off.

Recently, speedy cornerback Jahmari DeLoatch, out of Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith High School, made his interest known as he put the Wolverines in his top group.

The 5-10, 160-pounder dropped his top group via social media and is considering the Wolverines along with Vanderbilt, Cincinnati, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech.


Obviously out of that group, Michigan stands above the rest. The Wolverines are the best on-field program of the five and have simply accomplished much more than every other program combined, especially recently. Because of that, a few experts have already predicted that DeLoatch will end up in Ann Arbor. 

DeLoatch was high on Michigan before all of the staff changes, so it's definitely a good sign to see the Wolverines still in the top group with the new hires now in place. The Virginia native would like to return to Ann Arbor sometime this spring in order to get some face time with the new coaches and is still viewed as a Michigan lean.