Michigan received its first two commitments of the Jim Harbaugh era in quarterback Zach Gentry and defensive end Reuben Jones, which was the first step to the dominoes falling for the rest of the class.
There were quite a few candidates to commit this weekend with Gentry and Jones right at the top of the list, but it seems likely they'll add to that in the next few days, if not Sunday.
Based on the information that's out there right now, the visits seemed to go great for all of the prospects in attendance. Having ESPN's College Gameday on campus and an excellent atmosphere for the basketball game certainly added to that.
A name to keep an eye on now is offensive tackle Nolan Ulizio (West Chester, Ohio). The two-star prospect is currently committed to Connecticut, it would be tough to imagine them beating out Michigan for his services. He is the most likely to commit. All of the predictions on 247's Crystal Ball have him headed to Ann Arbor.
Stanford fullback commit Reagan Williams and Wisconsin tight end/defensive end commit Jake Pickard also look like candidates to flip before too long. Both seem headed to be a part of this class.
With about six to eight more spots to fill, the next 10 days or so are going to get extremely interesting. National Signing Day for 2015 prospects is Feb. 4.