Wolverines great Juwan Howard had some high-profile misses in his first year as Michigan's head coach, and he saw his top commitment, five-star forward Isaiah Todd, skip college in favor of the G League. Howard's first full recruiting cycle in Ann Arbor has been a different story. The Wolverines have a total of six commitments, including two five-star prospects: power forward Caleb Houstan (the No. 8 player in the class), and post player Moussa Diabate, a former UK target ranked No. 20 nationally. Two other Michigan commitments are ranked in the top 75 nationally. And UM is thought to be among the top few choices for Chet Holmgren, who could end up as the No. 1 player in the class. The Wolverines might not have the No. 1 class at the end of this cycle, but they're guaranteed to stay near the top, and it appears Howard has his alma mater on the right track.