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Michigan Jumps Ohio State In Team Rankings For 2016 Class, Now No. 2 In The Country

Michigan wasn't able to beat Ohio State on the field in Year 1 of the Jim Harbaugh era, but the Wolverines are in place to defeat the Buckeyes off of it. 

Harbaugh's program just landed a commitment from 2016 four-star wide receiver Dylan Crawford, who made the announcement at the U.S. Army All-American Game. 

With the commitment, Michigan jumps to No. 2 in 247 Sports' Team Rankings for 2016, vaulting over Ohio State in the process. 

There are a couple more commitments to be made during today's high school all-star game, and Ohio State is in contention to land one, so the Buckeyes could jump Michigan before the day's over.

Regardless, Harbaugh is off to a tremendous start on the recruiting trail.