Michigan has been hoping to land at least one or two more offensive linemen for its 2012 recruiting class. Last week, the Wolverines had their sights set on guys like Joshua Garnett, Alex Kozan and Jordan Diamond, but none of them have committed to Michigan. Garnett and Kozan both opted to go elsewhere, with Garnett committing to Stanford and Kozan picking Iowa. Diamond is still in play for the Wolverines because he has yet to make a decision.
Diamond plans to announce where he will play college football on Friday, Feb. 3. The four-star offensive tackle from Chicago will pick from four schools: Michigan, Wisconsin, Arkansas and Auburn. Ohio State was once under consideration, but Diamond dropped the Buckeyes out of his final list of schools last week.
In addition to Diamond, Michigan is also still in the mix for Pennsylvania offensive tackle Chris Muller. He is still committed to Rutgers, but with head coach Greg Schiano leaving the school for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Michigan has reentered the picture just days before National Signing Day.