At least three new offers were given out by Michigan today; two of which went to the Cass Tech duo, Royce Jenkins-Stone and Terry Richardson, and the third went to offensive lineman Dan Voltz (Barrington, IL).
It's good to see the Cass Tech guys get their offers, as that's definitely a pipeline Michigan wants to keep open in the future; it consistently produces undersized but talented cornerbacks!
As for Voltz, well he's already got 10+ offers and is rated as an early four star prospect by scout.com, so that will be tough battle to win. MSU, Stanford and Wisconsin are just some of the schools that have extended an offer his way.
As someone kindly pointed out in the comments section below, Tate Forcier has landed at Miami (FL) to play for the new Canes' coach, Al Golden. Tate joins an ever growing group of Miami players that either signed with, or were once committed to Michigan; the group currently consists of Matt Goudis, Dallas Crawford, Antonio Kinard, and now Forcier. Those are only the players that Golden got, he actually went after some other Michigan commits, like Kellen Jones, and Jack Miller.
Brady Hoke has stated in interviews that he expects some players won't make it through spring ball at Michigan, perhaps due to the style of coaching, or just the new systems. Either way, you can guarantee Golden will be after them....