According to a report via Twitter by Scout.com's Sam Webb, the Michigan football program is expected to shuffle around roles on the recruiting staff.
The origins of said shuffle likely originated due to Michigan and Director of Player Personnel Chris Singletary parting ways. This move was first reported by Steve Lorenz of 247Sports via Twitter. According to Lorenz, Michigan has no plans to fill the position vacated by Singletary.
Webb took to Twitter on Saturday to report a few minor changes to the roles of the recruiting staff. Chris Partridge will now be placed in a role similar to Singletary's and will now be head of recruiting operations. Matt Doherty will continue to remain on the staff as well.
The last change sees Erik "Soup" Campbell, former wide receiver coach for Michigan who returned to the athletic department after Jim Harbaugh was hired, will be transitioning to the recruiting staff, according to Webb.