Jim Harbaugh has Michigan sitting at No. 5 in the RecruitingNation class rankings, and the Wolverines remain one of a handful of teams with a chance at the top spot. With Michigan having never signed a top-5 class in the 10 years ESPN has ranked prospects, the momentum the next two weeks could provide in future classes means there is a lot on the line.
When taking a look at the best class scenario for the Wolverines, there are seven names that would be game- and program-changers, led by a player who would be the first No. 1 player signed by a Big Ten school in ESPN's 11 seasons of ranking players: