Dylan Raiola had previously committed to Ohio State but changed his mind over the winter. He also considered (among many suitors) Nebraska, where his dad starred from 1998-2000. Dominic was a second-round pick by the Lions in the 2001 NFL draft and proceeded to play 14 seasons in Detroit.
The elder Raiola started over 200 games in a Lions uniform, the first Detroit player to ever start at least 200 times. Dominic also coached for two seasons in Detroit following his retirement.
It looks like his son is well on his way to becoming the next Raiola to play in the NFL, in a few years.