Michigan snaps up commit No. 21 

June, 6, 2012
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Scott Sypniewski (Ottawa, Ill./Marquette Academy) was sitting with Michigan coach Brady Hoke on Wednesday afternoon in Ann Arbor, chatting about future majors when the second-year Wolverines coach stunned the prospect in the room with him.

He offered Sypniewski, a long-snapper, a scholarship. Moments later, the Ottawa, Ill. native became the 21st member of Michigan’s Class of 2013.

“Michigan did definitely show the most interest,” Sypniewski told WolverineNation on Wednesday afternoon. “They said from when they first met me they wanted me to be their long-snapper.”
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