Kill adds two prospects
Defensive back Dinero Moss and wide receiver Isaac Fruechte each verbally committed to Minnesota this week.
Moss, a safety from Piper High School in Sunrise, Florida also received offers from Nebraska, Connecticut, New Mexico, Florida Int’l, and new head coach Jerry Kill’s former school Northern Illinois. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Moss is a self proclaimed “lights-out” defender who hits hard and has great closing speed. He is a great cover-corner and brings great intensity to Minnesota’s secondary. Check out his recruiting video here. Courtesy of YouTube.
Fruechte is a big-framed wideout (6-foot-3, 210 lbs.) with incredible speed and great hands. He recently ran a 4.38 second 40-yard dash. The Caledonia, Minnesota native played for Rochester Community & Technical College last year and will sit out this season. He will have three years of eligibility remaining. Fruechte was a sprinter in high school where his father is head coach of the football and track & field teams. Check out his YouTube video here.
Coach Jerry Kill continues to draw quality athletes to Minnesota. His honesty and no-nonsense style of coaching is a key attractant to prospects considering where they want to play college football.
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