Although National Signing Day has passed, Michigan is still a finalist for two 2012 recruits. One of them is offensive tackle Jordan Diamond, who is going to announce his decision at 8 p.m. (ET) on Friday night. In addition to Michigan, Diamond has Auburn, Arkansas and Wisconsin on his final list.
Michigan is also a finalist for offensive guard Alex Kozan, who is still undecided. Kozan committed to Iowa over Michigan and Auburn last Sunday, but he didn't pull the trigger on signing his letter of intent when National Signing Day arrived. He wasn't 100 percent sure of his decision to attend Iowa, and that remains the case.
There hasn't been much news on Kozan since Wednesday, but Rob Howe of Hawkeye Insider reports that Kozan is hoping to make a decision in the next 36 hours.
Source: '12 OL Alex Kozan hopes to have final decision in nxt 36 hrs. #Iowa #Auburn #Michigan still in play.— Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) February 3, 2012
Auburn or Michigan could very well end up adding two more linemen to their 2012 class depending on what happens with Kozan and Diamond. Of course, the two schools could also end up whiffing on both recruits, but for now it's all speculation until Kozan and Diamond announce their decisions.
For more on Michigan football recruiting, check out Maize n Brew. SBNation.com has more on National Signing Day 2012.