We're due for a '18 commit. Punch that ticket young man.
Edit: I guess I should hold off on this until he gets an offer.
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MINNESOTA OFFERS MARSHALL GUARD CHASEN HINES
The good old Marshall connection might have come into play Sunday.
Mavericks guard Chasen Hines has received a college football scholarship opportunity from Minnesota. It’s the junior’s fourth NCAA Division I FBS invitation overall and joins standing offers from Baylor, North Texas and TCU.
Hines (6-2, 326) reported the news through his personal Twitter account.
It’s probably not a coincidence the Golden Gophers are one of the four teams ahead of the upcoming evaluation period curve for the offensive lineman’s services. Former East Texas Baptist University offensive line coach Lee Grimes made his way from the NCAA Division III school in Marshall to the Minnesota program as a graduate assistant last offseason.
Grimes even retweeted Hines’ announcement, which college coaches are now permitted to do under NCAA rules.
CBS: Minnesota Offers 2018 Offensive Lineman
Gophers Offensive Line Coach Bart Miller was in Illinois today and extended an offer to Brother Rice (Ill.) 2018 OL Nick Marozas.
The offer is a first for the 6-foot-5, 255-pound prep. "It feels amazing," he said of picking up the first offer.
Coaches are limited from much verbal contact with 2018 preps still on these stops, so Nick notes they didn't really get a chance to talk but will again soon.
I wonder whether how many 2018 offers coach Fleck has made. When do you suppose we'll see our first commitment?
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Can someone who knows Minnesota Higj School high school football give us a rundown on the state's top 10 kids for 2018 and how they project???? We out staters want to know. Thanks!!
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