Michigan signs recruiting class of 25

Michigan has signed a recruiting class of 25 that likely will rank among the top 10 nationally in ESPN's recruiting rankings. The class includes three players already enrolled in school: linebackers Joe Bolden and Kaleb Ringer, and defensive back Jarrod Wilson.

Here's the list of signees:

Blake Bars, OL

Joe Bolden, LB

Ben Braden, OL

Jehu Chesson, WR

Jeremy Clark, DB

Amara Darboh, WR

Devin Funchess, TE

Allen Gant, DB

Matthew Godin, DT

Willie Henry, DT

Sione Houma, RB

Royce Jenkins-Stone, LB

Drake Johnson, RB

Kyle Kalis, OL

Erik Magnuson, OL

Dennis Norfleet, RB

Mario Ojemudia, DE

Ondre Pipkins, DT

Terry Richardson, CB

Kaleb Ringer, LB

James Ross, LB

Tom Stobel, DE

A.J. Williams, TE

Jarrod Wilson, DB

Christopher Wormley, DE

The class features nine players from Michigan and nine from Ohio. There are also two from Missouri and one each from California, Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee and Utah. The class features 14 defenders (six linemen, four linebackers and four defensive backs) and 11 offensive players (four linemen, two tight ends, three wide receivers and three running backs/fullbacks).

"This class, we're very excited about," coach Brady Hoke said. "The exciting thing is we hit some areas of need we needed to address, some of that from a lack of scholarships that were at some positions and the other part of it is the style of offense and style of defense that we want to play."