Michigan didn't take a TE in last year's class (although it came close with Alex Smith), so they should be looking to get one in 2011. Two prime candidates spring to mind, Florida's Brandon Fulse and Ohio's Frank Clark.
Fulse already has a decision date outlined (November 3rd), but is a long way from making up his mind, with a list of 15 schools still in the race. Michigan was on that list, and should make his next list, which will be a top ten. Asst Coach Rod Smith has been on Fulse hard of late, and there's rumors that Fulse is looking to visit Ann Arbor in the fall along with some other Florida kids, like Dee Hart, HCD and Karlos "Show Time" Williams!
Ohio's Frank Clark has slid under the radar a bit, but after a good summer he's starting to get some good offers from the likes of North Carolina and California. Michigan has yet to offer, but Clark has stayed in contact with several UM coaches and claims the Wolverines are close to offering, as are UCLA.
California is his number one school right now, but Michigan could well be in the running if they offer. Clark is the teammate of Aundrey Walker and Cardale Jones at Glenville High School, a traditional OSU pipeline.