U-M picks up second 2015 commit 

June, 25, 2013
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Two 2015 commits in just over 12 hours.

It sounds as if Brady Hoke and Michigan are up to their old ways again, picking up multiple commitments in a short period of time. The first came Monday as kicker Andrew David (Massillon, Ohio/Washington) committed. This time, the commitment comes from a more familiar name at a familiar position for most Michigan fans.

Tuesday, the Wolverines picked up a commitment from 2015 offensive lineman Jon Runyan Jr. (Philadelphia/St. Joseph's Prep). He confirmed his commitment via phone. He’s the son of former All-Big Ten offensive tackle Jon Runyan, who played for 14 seasons in the NFL and is now a U.S. congressman.

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