Posted On: 05/10/19 10:25 PM
The success of low ranked Minnesota/Dakota football players in college and the NFL is a sign that recruiting still has some issues to overcome in this state. Most players won't get legitimate college interest until their Senior seasons if they haven't stood out as Juniors. But the very best players stand out as underclassmen, especially if they camp over the Spring and Summer. The class of 2021 has a few names people have already heard of like Riley Mahlman and Justice Sullivan. But this article isn't about those guys.
Minnesota seemingly always has a solid core of mid-major FBS/FCS recruits and the class of 2021 is no different. These players have quality film and stats but aren't exactly known commodities for most fans. The season is still a few months away but you'll want to remember these names once fall rolls around. Read on to see which Juniors are going to heat up once Fall 2019 rolls around.
Zach Yeager - QB Minneapolis North - 6'0" 185lbs.
A transfer from Champlin Park, Yeager popped off the screen when I was watching c/o 2019 UNI commit Omar Brown. Yeager flashes touch/accuracy, just enough zip, and the athleticism and poise to