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Jim Harbaugh Is Telling Recruits "Failing Isn't An Option For Him" At Michigan, Will Work Harder Than He Ever Has

Michigan is already starting to experience the Jim Harbaugh effect on the recruiting trail. 

While the Wolverines' 2015 class currently ranks No. 93 in the country per 247 Sports Team Rankings, that number is expected to rise - greatly. The former San Francisco 49ers' coach has been visiting with many top high school prospects. They all seem to love Harbaugh, especially the country's No. 1 tight end, Chris Clark. 

Harbaugh being a great recruiter shouldn't surprise anyone. He's personable. He coached and played in the NFL. He developed Andrew Luck.

The 51-year-old coach has also been speaking quite highly of his dedication to the Michigan football program.

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Harbaugh was already known as one of the most crazed workers in the sport. We didn't think it was possible for him to work any harder than he previously has. If he can, watch out. Some championships could be coming to Ann Arbor, Mich. 

National Signing Day is Feb. 2. Expect the Wolverines to get a decent amount of commitments from top recruits that day.