Roszell Gayden, a 6-foot-7, 295-pound tackle from Robbinsdale (MN) Cooper who committed to Minnesota…
Gayden Twins Headed to College of Sequioas
Gayden was named to the Associated Press and Minnesota Vikings All-State teams and KARE-11 and Minneapolis Star Tribune All-Metro team.
College of Sequioas is the current school of defensive back Traye Simmons, who will join the team this summer, and one-time Gopher signee Jamar Howard, a standout wide receiver.
The two will be joined by Clint Brewster, son of Minnesota head football coach Tim, according to Rashad. Brewster redshirted this past season and would be eligible to transfer back to a Division I school after spending a season at the junior college level.
The Gaydens were originally expected to land at North Dakota School of Science, but had a change of heart. Rashad had considered walking-on to Minnesota before having to go the junior college route.
Rashad told GoldenSports.Net that the two are hoping to land back at Minnesota after playing at College of Sequioas.
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