Jon Runyan Jr.'s dad played at Michigan, so there will always be the legacy comparison.
At 6'4" and 276 pounds, Junior, who preps at St. Joseph's in Philadelphia, is the No. 110-ranked offensive tackle of his class. He's a bit light for a starting left tackle, but he could be an early fill-in if needed. The Wolverines have recruited O-liners well in the past years, so Runyan could be a candidate for a redshirt.
Or he could hit the gym, put on lots of mass and be an underdog-turned-hero. It's his call.
He's not a blue-chipper, but he's gaining attention from other schools, one of which is a hated rival. Don't worry about Runyan jumping ship, he's all Hoke's.
And he's not an Ohio State fan. Sorry, Urban Meyer.
With just six guys, there are holes to fill, causing this preview to be a bit thin. But hey, it's not my fault, tell Michigan to recruit more guys! With that being said, look for future position-by-position updates on Bleacher Report.
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