Jimmy Gjere, a 6-foot-7, 270-pound junior offensive tackle from New Brighton (MN) Irondale High who…
Minnesota Gets Good Turnout for Junior Day
Incoming recruits Matt Garin and Ed Olson brought along some talented high schools teammates. Garin brought sophomore running back Andre Hunt and Olson brought in verbal commit and younger brother Tommy Olson.
Minnesota's top in-state player, Seantrel Henderson from Cretin-Durham Hall, and good friend J.D. Pride of Totino-Grace made brief appearances before taking their college enterance test.
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