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One school stands out for Michigan lineman

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Lake Orion, Mich., defensive lineman Josh Allison is certainly no stranger to college football. Cousin Ryan Allison is a wide receiver at Michigan State and cousin Roger Allison went to Michigan as a fullback.
Not surprisingly Josh mentions those two schools when asked who he is interested in.
"Michigan State, Indiana, Penn State, Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Purdue, Boston College, Ball State, and Illinois," Josh said. "I went to Eastern and Michigan State junior days.
"I'm going to visit Indiana, Illinois, Ball State, and Purdue in March. I'll go to spring practices and junior days."
However one school stands out to Josh Allison.
"Michigan State is my favorite," he said. "I've been there the most. I just like their program. I like the academics."
The 6-foot-2 and 260-pound Josh Allison made 108 tackles including 26 sacks during his junior season. The 26 sacks tied a state record. Allison had 32 tackles for losses as he was named all-conference, all-county, and all-state.
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