TheWolverine.com (Rivals) offers up a free article to read concerning our WR situation. One of the more telling parts is offered here:
Under Brady Hoke, San Diego State started in a three-wide formation just four times in 2010, utilizing multiple tight ends four times and a traditional fullback four times. Only two wide receivers, meanwhile, caught more than 30 balls - Vincent Brown had a team-high 69 catches and DeMarco Sampson had 67 grabs.
The article seems to spell doom for our slot ninjas, but offers hope that Hoke and Borges will realize the talent we have and adapt. However, they hint that anything beyond a 3 WR set is not likely.
The rest is just kind of fluff and the only real new infomation (at least to me) was the quote I've already provided.
This may also be why we cooled on many of the WRs in this class. Plus, as it turns out we've got more interest from some defensive players that originally we were unaware of as the MGoBlogosphere
Aricle here: http://michigan.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1181354