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Isaac Fruechte Will Walk-On at Minnesota

Isaac Fruechte, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound wide receiver from Caledonia, will be a preferred walk-on at Minnesota this upcoming season, pending approval from the Minnesota admission office. Fruechte helped lead the Warriors to state titles in 2007 and 2008. GoldenSports.Net caught with Carl Fruechte, his father and Caledonia head football coach to learn more about his decision.

Isaac Fruechte turned down three scholarship offers from Division i-AA schools and two Division II squads for the opportunity to play Division I football for Minnesota. Fruechte attended a preferred walk-on visit earlier this month. The visit paid a big part in his decision to walk-on, according to his father. "Coach (Richard) Hightower pulled us aside after an early...

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