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Survey: What should be Michigan’s biggest priority for recruiting?

High school, or the portal?

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Throughout the year we ask questions of the most plugged-in Michigan Wolverines fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to participate in the weekly emailed surveys.

The 2023 Michigan Wolverines’ season has not come to an end, but just about every other team in the country has started focusing on creating a title contender for 2024. The transfer portal is wide open and high schoolers are making their commitments official on National Signing Day today.

In Ann Arbor, Jim Harbaugh has excelled at developing talent from lower ranked recruits into NFL players. But, more recently, he has brought in some big-time transfers that have played large roles on teams that have made the College Football Playoff.

Which form of recruiting do you think is the most important: high school, the transfer portal, or are they both equally important?

The Wolverines have been active in the portal reaching out to potential transfer students on the defensive line, at wide receiver, quarterback, corner, and more. Some have already committed elsewhere, but others are still on the Wolverines’ radar.

As you comb through the roster, there are several needs this team may have with the players who are anticipated to be heading to the next level after this run has concluded.

What position do you think is most important for the Wolverines to add before the start of next season via the portal: quarterback, wide receiver, corner or linebacker?

Make sure to vote in our survey below, and then head to the comments for further discourse!