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Harbaugh's competitiveness stems back to his childhood (2:14)
Harbaugh: Recruiting is about building relationships (2:33)
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Insider ICYMI: Nine must-reads from this week

Sure, signing day is in the rearview mirror. But the importance of the 2016 classes will be felt for years. Here's a quick rundown of all the stories you may have missed -- but should read now.

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3dBrian Bennett

The 2016 Big Ten recruiting all-name team

Michigan State has its Messiah, and Northwestern can unchain Jango, while Nebraska has Dicaprio to act its way out of any trouble.

Harbaugh's keys to QB success (1:39)
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4dJeremy Crabtree

Crabtree: Ranking the recruiters

Having signed off on signing day, we look at the college football recruiters who came away from the 2016 cycle as the biggest winners.

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4dDan Murphy

Michigan's Jim Harbaugh makes his own rules

Jim Harbaugh knows that just because it hasn't been done before doesn't mean it can't be done (see signing day show), and there's no stopping him now.

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Grading the recruiting classes: Big Ten

Grading the 2016 football recruiting classes in the Big Ten, which saw Ohio State deliver another top-5 class and Michigan finish with a fury.

Jemele's not a big fan of signing day (2:10)
Greeny: Recruiting tactics are 'embarrassing' (2:34)
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Michigan breaks odds with Gary

Rashan Gary, the No. 1 DT and No. 1 overall player in the ESPN 300 committed to Michigan. He is the first No. 1 player to select Michigan and the first No. 1 player to select a Big Ten school in the ESPN 300 era (since 2006).

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Michigan takes No. 6 spot in class ranks

Highlighted by the signing of No. 1 overall recruit Rashan Gary, Michigan's 2016 recruiting class landed at No. 6 in our class rankings. The Wolverines locked in a whopping 29 recruits, including 15 from the ESPN 300. Class Rankings (Insider)

No. 1 recruit Rashan Gary picks Michigan

Gary, a 6-foot-4, 287-pound defensive tackle from Paramus, New Jersey, made Jim Harbaugh a happy man by choosing the Wolverines over Clemson. His signing helped Michigan finish in the top 10. Schlabach: Top storylines from signing day

Way-too-early Signing Day 2017 preview (3:08)

Michigan's signing day by the numbers

Jim Harbaugh already landed the most important number: No. 1 recruit Rashan Gary. But the other impressive stat is the 34 spots that the Wolverines jumped from a No. 40 class last year to No. 6 today. Key numbers for signing day

Big Ten Signing Day wrap (2:19)
Gary reveals why he picked Michigan (1:34)

Team Stats

Passing Yards234.355th
Rushing Yards152.793rd
Points For31.054th
Points Against17.211th

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