Found October 31, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
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Michigan Football recruiting update: The Wolverines picked up commitment #23 on Wednesday when Da’Mario Jones (Westland, Michigan) committed. Jones is a wide receiver with good speed (4.4)  and size (6-2, 185). He had previously committed to Central Michigan, but he couldn’t pass up on the opportunity to play at Michigan and switched his commitment when he received the offer from Brady Hoke. Jones is ranked a 3-star recruit by scout.com and ESPNU. He is the third receiver from the 2013 class to commit to Michigan, joining Jaron Dukes and Csont’e York. The Wolverines are still recruiting WR Laqoun Treadwell. Here is a look at all 23 of Michigan’s class of 2013 commits. PlayerPos.HometownHgt./Wgt.RankingNotes Kyle BoschOLWheaton, Illinois6-5/2854-starRanked the #60 overall recruit by rivals.com. Is a member of the ESPNU 150. Jake ButtTEPickerington, Ohio6-5/2204-starIs considered one of the Top 5 tight ends in the country. Taco CharltonDEPickerington, Ohio6-...
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