Michigan introduced a 2014 recruiting class of 16 players, a group ranked 27th in the nation by Scout.com on Wednesday.
Michigan's recruiting class includes defensive back Jabrill Peppers of Paramus, N.J. He received a five-star ranking from Scout. The Wolverines signed players from nine different states, including four from Michigan.
Michigan went 7-6 last season, then fired offensive coordinator Al Borges and replaced him with Doug Nussmeier. Now, the pressure is on coach Brady Hoke to win more games next season. This will be his fourth year at the helm, and fans are growing restless again.
Hoke's previous two classes were ranked in the top four by Scout.