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    http://herosports.com/news/fcs-footb...fcs-recruiting


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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS4127 View Post
    Top 25 QB FCS Recruits.

    The Dakotas will be the battle of Florida.....

    10 North Dakota State - Holden Hotchkiss - Lakeland, Fla. 6'4" 205

    21 South Dakota State - Ethan Bullock - Maitland, Fla. 6'4" 200

    22 South Dakota - Jakob Parks - Clearwater, Fla. 6'4" 200



    Also in the Missouri Valley:

    5 Southern Illinois - Brandon George - Jones, Okla. 6'2" 190

    11 Illinois State - Trenton Hatfield - Muncie, Ind. 6'2" 185

    Also, Montana State had #17 on the QB list, Tucker Rovig of Meridian, Idaho 6'5" 205.
    He was an early commit, listed in June last year, so perhaps that affected QB Noah Sanders' scholarship offer from the Bobcats.
    Sanders signed with NDSU as a preferred walkon.
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    2017 Top 250 FCS Recruits: ‪ http://m.herosports.com/news/fcs-rec...7-class‬


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    Illinois State adds a Notre Dame transfer, 6' 2' 240 LB Josh Barajas (sophomore)

    During his prep career, Barajas was named to the USA Today American Family Insurance All-USA Indiana Football Team as a linebacker and was ranked as the 10th inside linebacker nationally by ESPN. He was also rated as the 93rd player nationally on Tom Lemming's Top 300 list, following a senior season performance that earned him 2014 Indiana Class 3A all-state team honors from the Associated Press. In addition, he was selected to play in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, making two solo tackles in the contest.
    http://goredbirds.com/news/2017/5/31...17-roster.aspx

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    Luke Chuol has tagged his twitter feed with @Iowa Western

    Looks like he is going the juco route at Council Bluffs Iowa for whatever reason.
    Signed with South Dakota, was at one time a NDSU verbal.
    6' 3" 230 DE/DT from Centenial HS (MN)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    Luke Chuol has tagged his twitter feed with @Iowa Western

    Looks like he is going the juco route at Council Bluffs Iowa for whatever reason.
    Signed with South Dakota, was at one time a NDSU verbal.
    6' 3" 230 DE/DT from Centenial HS (MN)
    Interesting...

    Youngstown State picks up a Florida DE transfer: http://florida.247sports.com/Bolt/Ju...tate-104024027
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    Luke Chuol has tagged his twitter feed with @Iowa Western

    Looks like he is going the juco route at Council Bluffs Iowa for whatever reason.
    Signed with South Dakota, was at one time a NDSU verbal.
    6' 3" 230 DE/DT from Centenial HS (MN)
    Hey at least they saved us the hassle of having a player flake out at the last minute and we were able to land Sundt, McCormick, Waege, and Lane Tucker last year because of it

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