Michigan football picks up two defensive commitments for class of 2012
The Michigan football team's defensive recruiting haul for the class of 2012 grew again Saturday when defensive ends Mario Ojemudia and Pharaoh Brown committed to the Wolverines, according to multiple reports.
Ojemudia (6-foot-3, 215-pounds), from Farmington Hills Harrison, picked Michigan over Michigan State, Illinois, Stanford and Syracuse.
Brown (6-6, 220), from Lyndhurst, Ohio, chose the Wolverines over West Virginia, Pittsburgh and Michigan State among others.
The defensive ends are the ninth and 10th members of Michigan's 2012 recruiting class. Six are defensive players, including four linebackers.
All 10 members of the class are from Michigan or Ohio.
Junior year highlights for Brown:
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Junior highlight video from 24/7 Sports on Ojemudia: