Some coaches come out in flurry. Some like to wait and close the door behind everyone else. While Michigan and Ohio State go at the recruiting process differently — or more to the point, Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer — both strategies work. Hoke has the No. 1 2014 recruiting class right now. Michigan held the same distinction at this point last year before falling to No. 6. And no one closes quite like Meyer. In the last two months of the third-ranked 2013 recruiting class, he netted ESPN 300 defensive tackle Donovan Munger and ESPN 150 seniors Gareon Conley, Mike Mitchell, Trey Johnson, Vonn Bell and Dontre Wilson along with four-star standouts James Clark and Corey Smith.
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