Forgive my ignorance but what are the hallmarks of a Harbaugh-coached team? For instance, I would characterize a Rich Rod team as made up of typically smaller, shiftier players from the south and being heavily tilted towards offensive output. Dantonio-coached teams might be said to be defense-oriented squads with lots of sleepers from the midwest who get coached up to a high level.
My general impression of Harbaugh-coached teams would be that they have "high-motor", "chip on the shoulder" guys who may have gone under the radar but it's possible I'm conflating Harbaugh's passion and shoulder chip with that of his players. In my mind, his players are Zach Novak, but in football.
What should we expect his teams to look like several years from now? Mostly midwestern kids who specialize in dominating the line of scrimage? Big-time recruits with big-time egos similar to Urban Meyer's Florida teams? I'll be curious to see.