Michigan still has options in 2013 class 

December, 15, 2012
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With the commitments of offensive lineman David Dawson and defensive back Delano Hill on Saturday, Michigan has landed seven prospects from Detroit Cass Tech High School since the 2009 class. It's nothing new for Michigan fans, since the program continues to produce top talent year in and year out.

Dawson, the No. 1 ranked guard and ESPN 150 prospect, took an alternate route but finds himself back in Michigan's 2013 class.

He's back because he initially committed to the Wolverines in February, but decided he wanted to take a visit to Florida. That goes against Michigan coach Brady Hoke's no-visit policy for commitments and the two split ways only for Dawson to realize that he wanted to stay closer to home and his family.
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