So... I wasn't going to post this as the information was not as interesting as I had hoped it would be, but someone had to break the silence today, no new posts at all (EDIT: While writing my novel, a commit watch arose).
I used the Rivals information for which schools offered scholarships to kids who have committed to Michigan. This only pertains to our 23 commits, not kids that are uncommitted or have pledged their services elsewhere. Unfortunately, I do not have the time or resources to do something that compares our recruiting win% in comparison to other schools, but I think that would be a great topic (hint, hint).
All in all, our recruits can claim 268 scholarship offers from 70 schools.
So here are the ten schools who offered the most players in our class of 2013:
What stands out to me is the non B1G schools. It's interesting to see that these teams, moreso than others, have used a shotgun approach to extending offers.
Next is the B1G schools that offered our commits:
These makes sense, for the most part. I don't think geography holds much bearing here, but established recruiting grounds may, which is why Nebraska doesn't collide as often as the other powers. I think Minnesota and Indiana know the score. Purdue is likely trying to get us back for the signing day coup a few years ago. Also interesting is that we have beaten out OSU for 8 kids this year, yet the bucknuts seem to have a preconcieved notion that they get whosevah they want's tah get.
Finally, I have made a list of schools of interest, which is geared towards top 25 type programs:
Teams of note that did not offer any of our 2013 recruits: Texas, Georgia