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Thursday, February 4, 2010
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Forest Lake
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Minnetonka
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Woodbury

National Signing Day

By Kyle Stevens

A.J. Tarpley, a linebacker for Wayzata, has verbally committed to Stanford. Photo courtesy of wayzata.com.

We are still receiving emails with commitments. If you have a student-athlete that is signing on to play at the next level, email kyle@minnesotasportsonline.com.

Aitkin

Andrew Nyberg: University of Mary (Bismark, ND) - "First player in a while who is going Division 2," said his coach, Scott Miller.

Andover
Jason Schneider, WR: South Dakota State
Brad Beeskow, RB: St. Cloud State
Wynn Pratt, DB: St. Cloud State
Jim Kemp, DL: Concordia St Paul
Zach Nelson, RB/WR: Concordia St Paul

Anoka
Pat Cotter, RB/DB: Bemidji State
Lomumba Ismial, FS/R: Moorhead State

Brainerd
Aaron Pavek, DE/TE: St. Cloud State
Mitch Weidemann, OL: St. Cloud State

Buffalo
Ben Henson, OL/DL: North Dakota

Cloquet
RaRa Jones, RB : St. Cloud State - All Conference and All Area selection this year.

Cretin-Derham Hall
Seantrel Henderson, OT: USC - There is no doubt that Henderson is the best prospect in the state. He might be the best prospect ever—or at least since another CDH Raider committed to Florida State before becoming the best catcher in the world. Read more about it here.
From Star Tribune Metro Football Dream Team: The 6-4, 190-pound Alt calls hockey his top priority, but you can't ignore his football credentials. Last year he passed for more than 2,500 yards and had a TD-to-INT ratio of better than 7-to-1. Committed to Minnesota for hockey, but David La Vaque writes that Iowa may swoop in and grab Alt from the ice.

Dawson-Boyd
Matt Anderson, RB: Northern State - 4,800 yards and 57 TDs in career

Delano
Darius Clare, TE: Minnesota State-Mankato

DeLaSalle
Evan Williams, QB/RB: Verbal to Wyoming -From Star Tribune: Switched to QB from running back this year and combined to throw and run for nearly 3,400 yards with 41 TDs.

Eagan

Zach Zenner, RB: South Dakota State - From Zach's head coach, Rick Sutton: "Set several school records: 6 TD in one game, 17.9 rushing average single game and 8.7 rushing average season. Zach is on our All-Time Top Ten List in rushing yards, TDs, receptions and receiving yards. Zach played QB for most of the season after our starter went out with an injury and did an outstanding job of leading our team and learning a new position on the fly."

Eden Prairie
Taylor Grant, TE: Verbal to North Dakota - From Star Tribune: "A very good all-around athlete, Grant played some QB for the Eagles last year. He also is the team's long snapper. Had the only touchdown in the quarterfinals vs. Wayzata."
Nick Harris, OL: Morgan State
Tyler Kunler, DL: Winona State

Fergus Falls
Adam Schueller, OL: North Dakota State

Forest Lake
Logan Romines, OL: Morehead State.

Holy Angels
Andy Jirik, TE/DE: Augustana (So. Dakota)
Karl Inoferio, WR/DB: Augustana (So. Dakota)

Hopkins
Gavin Grady, LB: University of Minnesota Duluth
AJ Page: Southwest Minnesota University
Logan Hanson: St. Mary University

Hutchinson
Brad Muckenhirn, TE/LB: St. Cloud State

Irondale
Jimmy Gjere, OG: Verbal to Minnesota - From Star Tribune Metro Football Dream Team: At 6-7, 290 pounds, he has the requisite bulk, but he's also nimble afoot and possesses excellent hands.
Gjere also played hockey, and the size difference was, well, noticeable. The Star Tribune's David La Vaque tells the tale. Allen Trieu, Scout.com's Midwest recruiting analyst also wrote a good feature on Allen. Click here to read it.

Lion's Gate
Mitchell Cherney, OL/DL: Concordia University (Nebraska) -  MCAA Linemen of the Year, MCAA Academic All-Conference, and MCAA All-Conference Honorable Mention. Dan Maser, Lion's Gate AD: "Mitchell is an honor student and will be receiving both an athletic scholarship and an academic scholarship from Concordia. Mitchell is the first ever student-athlete to sign from Lion's Gate Christian Academy."

Litchfield
Nate Adams, TE/DE: Bemidji State

Mahtomedi
Hani MoiMoi, RB: Weber State (Utah)

Maple Lake
Jake Stejskal, K: Concordia St Paul. Two-time Kicker of the Year in Central Minnesota Conference

Marshall
Luke Klein, OG: Northern State

Mayer Lutheran
Josh Genske, TE/DE: Southwest State (Minn.)
Lucas Buttenhoff, TE/LB: Bethel (Minn.)

Minneapolis North

Carlton Littlejohn, QB/DB: Expected to sign with NDSU. First team all-metro as a safety; Player of the Year in the Minneapolis City Conference

Minnetonka
Beau Allen, DT: Verbal to Wisconsin - From Star Tribune Metro Football Dream Team: A load inside, he can occupy two blockers yet has the quickness to beat linemen into the gap.
Jack Houlton, OT: St. Cloud State

Montgomery-Lonsdale
Brady Meister, LB: South Dakora School of Mines - Tim Klingbeil, M-L head coach: "Team leader, hard worker & great in the locker room.  Is a team captain and does everything we ask him to do.  Great student who will likely pursuit engineering in college.
Danny Holicky, LB: University of Wisconsin-River Falls - Tim Klingbeil, M-L head coach: "Great instincts, fast flow to ball & never ever quits on a play.  Great tackler and is always around the football.  Very durable unless it’s a profound serous injury he is not coming off the field. Does not poses a tremendous amount of natural ability.  Depends more on heart and instincts which are hard to coach and teach."

Mounds View
Billy Turner, OL: North Dakota State
Kris Fleigle, LB: Minnesota State-Mankato

Mound-Westonka
Andy Lundgren, DB: Montana State (walk-on) - M-W head coach Kyle Inforzato: "As far as I know, Andy is the first football player at Mound to play above DII."

New London-Spicer
Aaron Johnson, DT:  Winona State

North Branch
Sean Franks, TE/DE: Bemidji State - All-North Suburban Conference selection last two years

Northfield
Wes Kramer, K: Moorhead State - Wes' coach, Bubbua Sullivan: "Wes is our all time kicking leader and has school records for PAT's, scoring by a kicker, and kickoffs.  Wes also holds the state record for FG's in a State Tournament Game when he made 4 vs Orono in the state semi-finals in 2008. Several other guys from Northfield H.S. are going on to play college football, but haven't decided where yet, most DIII and possibly an Ivy Leaguer or 2."

Plainview-Elgin-Millville

Coby Makela, DE: Minnesota State University–Mankato.

Rosemount
Max Busher, LB: Northern Iowa
Zach Vraa, WR (Mr. Football, 2009): North Dakota State

St. Louis Park
Greg Hynes, QB: UM-Duluth

St. Thomas Academy
Isaac Rinehart: Illinois State
Connor McFadden, OT/C: Stanford (walk-on)

Sibley East
Max Eckberg, LB/FB: UW-River Falls

Totino-Grace
J.D. Pride, QB: Verbal to Minnesota
Gabe Mezzenge: Minnesota (Recruited as a walk-on)
Mohammed Kromah: Northern Iowa
John Crockett: NDSU

Triton
Dylan Bungum, QB: Verbal to Air Force
Garrett Schaefer: Winona State University

Wabasso
Derek Riley, RB: Southwest State (Minn.) - 4,927 career rushing yards

Warroad
Adam Shaugabay, S: North Dakota

Waseca
Sam Milbrett, RB: Southwest State (Marshall, Minn.) - Brad Wendland, Sam's head coach: "Sam ran for 1,758 yards and 22 TDs. He set the single season and career rushing records at Waseca. He led his team the first section title in school history. "

Wayzata
Tobi Okuyemi, DE: Verbal to Nebraska - From Star Tribune Metro Football Dream Team: The metro's best pass rusher is an explosive athlete with quick hands and a nonstop motor.
A.J. Tarpley, LB: Verbal to Stanford - From Star Tribune Metro Football Dream Team: Quick to the ball and a solid tackler who plays well in space (four INTs in 2008).

Woodbury
Lamonte Edwards, RB: Verbal to Minnesota

Zumbrota-Mazeppa
John Olson, OT: Southwest Minn. State

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