Posted August 07, 2012 on michiganstate.scout.com
The recruitment of 2014 offensive lineman Jimmy Byrne continues to heat up as the Ohio native added an offer from Michigan State a few weeks ago. We caught up with Byrne to get his thoughts about the Irish.
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