ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- With only around 16 spots in the 2014 class, this should be an interesting few months for the Wolverines. Between different NCAA-regulated contact periods as well as spring ball and campus events, Michigan will have its hands full evaluating talent as it looks to fill out spots in a class that already has four Watch List commitments.
So to make it easier to take in, WolverineNation breaks down the spring and summer months.
Feb. 8-April 14: Quiet period
During this time, the only contact coaches can have with prospects are phone calls, letters and on-campus visits. This is a great time to get players on campus because with spring practice going on, prospects can come in and see what a Brady Hoke practice really looks like.