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Michigan Football picked up commitment #3 on Tuesday when Bryan Mone (Salt Lake City, Utah) pledged to play his college football for the Wolverines. Mone is 6-foot-4, 315 pound defensive tackle. He is on the ESPNU 150 Watchlist and rivals.com ranks him as #172 overall.
As a junior, Mone racked up 71 tackles and 3 sacks for Highland High School.
Mone is a former high school teammate and friend of current Michigan fullback Sionne Houma.
Mone joins LB Michael Ferns and QB Wilton Speight as the initial members of Michigan Football’s 2014 recruiting class.
2014 Commitment List
Michael FernsLBSt Clairsville, Ohio6-3/235One of the top prospects in Ohio
Wilton SpeightQBRichmond, Virginia6-6/220Passed for 2,500 yards and 29 TDs as a junior
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