Lineman Dykes commits to UNC
Posted Jul 29, 2006
Mike Dykes is the second offensive lineman from Western Pennsylvania from the class of 2007 to commit to the Tar Heels, joining Cameron Holland of Perry. Dykes turned down offers from Kentucky, Duke, Toledo, Temple, Miami (Ohio) and Ohio University. The decision came two weeks after Dykes visited the campus while attending a 7-on-7 passing tournament at Wake Forest. "Mike just fell in love with North Carolina and the coaching staff," Novak said. "It was the perfect school for him."
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