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Another One: 2016 Offensive Lineman Stephen Spanellis Commits to Michigan Football

The three-star offensive lineman flips his comment to the Wolverines from Virginia.

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Update: A quick analysis of Spanellis' commitment can be found here.

Michigan Football gained its second commitment of Thursday evening in the form of 2016 offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis (Baltimore, Maryland).

He announced his decision to flip his commitment to the Wolverines from Virginia via his Twitter account.

Spanellis is a three-star prospect and the 61st-ranked offensive tackle in the 2016 class, according to the 247 Composite Rankings. He took an official visit to Ann Arbor this past weekend.

His commitment comes just in the nick of time after Erik Swenson's decommitment, which left the Wolverines with only three offensive lineman left in the class.

Michigan is likely set on the offensive line in 2016 now with Spanellis, Michael Onwenu, Ben Bredeson and Devery Hamilton.

Spanellis is the 22nd commit in a class that is expected to be in the 27-30 range.