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Published: Wednesday, 2/6/2013

Wolverines receive 27 recruits and 21 letters of intent

Hoke expects Toussaint to return for fall

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ANN ARBOR --There were no surprises today among the University of Michigan's football signees. Of the 27 projected recruits in the class of 2013, all are expected to be a part of the Wolverines.

In addition to six early enrollees with the Michigan football program, 21 high school seniors delivered their National Letters of Intent to the Wolverines before noon today. Among Michigan's signees are five-star running back Derrick Green of Richmond, Va., offensive lineman Patrick Kugler of Wexford, Pa., and quarterback Shane Morris of Warren, Mich.

As of this afternoon, Scout.com ranks Michigan's incoming recruiting class second behind Ohio State. 247Sports ranks Michigan's recruiting class fourth and Rivals.com and ESPN rank Michigan's recruiting class sixth.

Full list of Michigan signees: http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/signing-day-2013.html

As of 11:15 a.m., the Wolverines coaching staff had received letters of intent from all of its class except for defensive tackle Henry Poggi of Baltimore, cornerback Reon Dawson of Dayton and linebacker Michael McCray of Dayton. 

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Additionally, Michigan coach Brady Hoke told ESPN early today that running back Fitz Toussaint will miss spring practices, as he is still recovering from a left leg injury he sustained Nov. 17 against Iowa, but Hoke expects Toussaint to return for the fall.

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