Michigan didn't see much change in the new ESPNU 150 rankings as far as commitments go. Four-star defensive back Terry Richardson (Detroit/Cass Tech) still leads the way, ranked No. 67 overall in the country.
Where Michigan saw the most change was in the class rankings, in which Michigan drops from the No. 5 overall class in 2012 to the No. 6 class. Clemson leapfrogged both Michigan and Miami to take the No. 5 spot after landing two prospects, including one in the ESPNU 150.
Michigan's top remaining target is four-star offensive lineman and recent USC decommit Arik Armstead (Elk Grove, Calif./Pleasant Grove). The 6-foot-7, 280-pound lineman recently said Michigan is one of the schools he could visit.
Outside of Armstead, Michigan is still in the hunt for safety Shaq Thompson (Sacramento/Grant) at No. 22 overall, defensive back Yuri Wright (Ramsey, N.J./Don Bosco) at No. 40, offensive lineman Josh Garnett (Puyallup, Wash./Puyallup) at 42, wide receiver Darius Powe (Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood) at 86, and offensive linemen Jordan Diamond (Chicago/Simeon) at 103 and Zach Banner (Lakewood, Wash./Lakes) at 123.