Another Line headed to SMU: Armen Williams PonyPride.com Within the last few weeks, the Mustangs picked up a new commitment from Oxford (Michigan) running back Prescott Line. The 2012 product only boasted the one offer from SMU but that was all that he needed. Line states that he's a solid commitment to SMU. "I first called Coach Suan because I had his number," said Line. "Then I called Coach June Jones and made my verbal commitment to him. He said that he appreciated me committing and he can't wait for me to come down. "I really liked their campus and their program. I've been going to their games the last two years. Their program has really gotten better with Coach Jones as a coach." The SMU program has also progressed with junior running back Zach Line, who happens to be Prescott Line's older brother. That's why the younger Line knows so much about the Conference USA program. "It's good to know that I have a college to go to after high school that's guaranteed. It's also good to know that my brother and I can still hangout after I get out of high school. It's good to have plans. "My family and friends are all excited that Zach and I get to play together and that they get to see us both. They're all excited I have somewhere to go to." Prescott Line will come into the SMU program with high expectations as Zach Line started last season and in record fashion. With 1,494 rushing yards in 2010, Zach Line only follows SMU great Eric Dickerson on SMU's all-time single season rushing record and was named to First Team All-Conference as well. "We both have our different ways," said Prescott Line. "I can't say who is better. On the field, there's not too much different. We both run the same way and we both play the same way. We're both good at blocking and have the ability of knowing where the ball is." At 6-foot-0, 215-pounds, the physical Prescott Line won the state wrestling title this year. Prescott Line is still hearing from Michigan State, Central Michigan, Toledo and Indiana. He plans on making a few in-state camps later this summer.