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The son of a former Green Bay Packers star decided to keep green in the family -- just in a different way.dylan_chmuraDylan Chmura (247sports Photo)

Tight end prospect Dylan Chmura, son of former All-Pro Mark Chmura, committed to Michigan State on Sunday. The 6-foot-6, 225-pound recruit stars at Waukesha West (Wisc.), where his father is a coach.

He had offers from Central Michigan and Western Michigan after missing his junior year due to an ACL injury he suffered during his basketball season.

He received an offer from Michigan State after performing well at the Spartan 1-Day Elite Player Camp last weekend.

Michigan State brought in two high school tight ends in the 2012 class, Josiah Price and Evan Jones, and added one via the junior college route, Jamare Mills.

Chmura is the second commit for the 2013 class from Wisconsin (R.J. Shelton), and the eighth total member of the class. Solon (Ohio) cornerback Darian Hicks was the seventh commitment when he chose to become a Spartan on Wednesday.

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