According to ESPN, Michigan will hold its second recruiting camp this week, with the Wolverines set to hold its first camp in late July, a date that would coincide with the upcoming bowl game.
This would make it the first time since 2013 that Michigan will be hosting a recruiting camp at Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines currently have a camp at the University of Illinois-Chicago, which began in November, and will host its own camp at The University of Florida in July.
This marks the first year that Michigan has hosted a recruiting conference outside of the Big Ten, which is where the Wolverins are ranked in the latest 247Sports Composite Rankings.
In 2018, the Wolverine’s recruiting camp was held at the same stadium, where Michigan’s season-opening bowl game against the University.
Michigan is currently scheduled to host its second conference game in 2019, which will be against the Florida State Seminoles, who currently rank No. 1 in the 247Sports Coaches Poll.
Michigan has had a number of recruits commit to the Wolverids this season, including defensive lineman Malik McDowell (6-2, 245), safety Rashan Martin (6, 240), defensive end Malik Jackson (6’2, 255), cornerback Marcus Allen (6′, 215), defensive back Marcus Williams (6″, 210), linebacker Brandon Williams (5’10, 200), offensive tackle Brandon Watts (6′-1, 200) and wide receiver DeAndre Davis (6.5, 209).
Michigan’s next two recruits, running back Travin Dural (6′.2, 212) and offensive lineman DeAndre Smith (6″3, 214), are both expected to be in the fold for the 2019 class.