Pipelines. All the big boy schools have them. Michigan has Cass Tech. That one is undisputed. They have taken players from there in 5 of the last 6 classes and multiple players in 2009, 2012 and 2013.
But what makes a pipepline a pipeline? Other than the obvious listed above.
Would Trotwood-Madison be considered one since Michigan has two incoming players from there this year and just graduated 3 in the past two seasons? And what is the history of recruiting pipelines at Michigan? Modern recruiting rankings go back to 2002 so I'm not sure how far back one could dig unless they spend countless hours on the Bentley database.
Also, what breaks a pipeline? Losing Damon Webb from Cass Tech is a huge and alarming loss for Michigan given he is the top player in the 2014 class from Cass. Michigan has taken a couple of good players away from Glenville though, ohio's pipeline with Frank Clark.
Michigan has 3 solid chances for 2015 though to state their dominance at Cass Tech once again with Mikey Weber (offer), Josh Alabi (offer) and Jayru Campbell.
What say you recruitniks?