This weekend Michigan hosted Ohio DE Tom Strobel, and next weekend the Wolverines should be hosting a couple more Ohio prospects, and some very good ones, in Adolphus Washington and Dwayne Stanford.
Firstly, Strobel's visit seemed to go very well, especially since academics could be the main factor for him (he's also considering Stanford). However, I don't think he'll be deciding too soon, which means he might be too late if Chris Wormley pulls the trigger in early summer. While Strobel is a good player, I'm still favoring Wormley despite the recent criticism of him.
As for Adolphus Washington, well he is looking like the best DE in Ohio right now, and probably will be when the ESPN rankings come out in June. In fact, Washington is nearing that class of, 'we take him no matter who else we have committed'. I still think he's destined for Ohio State, but the visit this weekend should give Michigan a chance to impress.
Washington's recruitment could also be affected by his teammate, WR Dwayne Stanford. The two are looking at becoming a package deal for one lucky school, for which Michigan and Ohio State could be the top two candidates. However, again I think Ohio State is the leader, and it could be tough for UM to overturn that. On a plus note, both are being recruited by fellow Cincinnati prospect, A.J Williams!
Neither of these two plan to announce until after their senior year, so don't worry about them too much right now, because by the time they announce, Michigan's class will look very different; i.e virtually full.