|Taco Charlton (left, with Shane Morris) has Michigan fans excited|
The only early enrollee of the group, defensive end Charlton was listed on the spring roster at 6'6" and 265 lbs. Technique was a bit of an issue in high school, but he used his hands better in the spring game and notched a couple sacks against the offense's backups. Not bad for a kid who should be dealing with a bout of senioritis. The physical attributes are present; his success depends on his work ethic and attention to improving his technique.
Henry Poggi: 32%
Poggi is almost the opposite of Charlton, although he's not a bad athlete. Poggi plays defensive tackle and has great technique for an incoming freshman, but he's only listed at about 6'4" and 265 lbs. He probably won't ever be a mammoth defensive lineman, but he's athletic enough and stout enough to be a productive player at Michigan.
Maurice Hurst, Jr.: 12%
Hurst is a 6'2", 305-pounder who also played running back in high school. The lowest rated player of the trio, he played well in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl and showed some impressive quickness. He could play nose tackle or 3-tech defensive tackle.