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Michigan Football received a commitment from 4-star offensive lineman Mason Cole (Tarpon Springs, Florida) on Monday afternoon. Cole is commit #4 for Michigan’s 2014 recruiting class. He checks in at 6-foot-5, 285 and is ranked 109th by rivals.com. Cole is also on the ESPNU 150 watch list.
Cole visited Michigan this past weekend, for the third time, and committed shortly after returning home from the trip.
Michigan is also recruiting two of Cole’s East Lake High School teammates; 2014 wide receiver Artavis Scott (ranked #93 by rivals) and 2015 standout WR George Campbell.
Below is Michigan’s complete 2014 commitment list.
Mason ColeOLTarpon Springs, Florida6-5/2854-starIs on the ESPNU 150 watch list
Michael FernsLBSt Clairsville, Ohio6-3/235Ranked #84 overall by rivals.com
Bryan MoneDTSalt Lake City, Utah6-4/315Is on the ESPNU 150 Watchlist
Wilton SpeightQBRichmond, Virginia6-6/220Passed for 2,500 yards and 29 TDs as a junior
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