2014 OL resides in Ohio recruiting hotbed 

October, 5, 2012
Up until the past few years Michigan fans saw top-ranked prospects out of Glenville, Ohio, commit to schools other than Michigan. If a name popped up from Ginn Academy, fans figured there wasn’t much of a chance.

That started to change, however, when Michigan coach Brady Hoke and his staff landed defensive end Frank Clark in 2011 and then defensive tackle Willie Henry in 2012, both from Glenville.

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Brad Bournival/ESPN.comMarcelys Jones has friends at FBS schools, but he won't make a decision based on where they are.
The notable school has top-ranked prospects year in and year out, so it’s beneficial to build inroads when possible. That holds true for the 2014 class as well, and specifically with offensive lineman Marcelys Jones.
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