Dreslinski Talks GVSU Camp

Clinton (Mich.) tight end Nate Dreslinski is one of the top prospects in the state who has not yet pulled in an offer. Last weekend, he camped at Grand Valley, and spoke to Scout.com about it.

Nate Dreslinski has done well at every camp he has gone to this summer, and that continued last Sunday when he was one of the top performers at Grand Valley State's one-day.

While the Lakers looked to evaluate him, he also looked to see the school, as it was his first time there.

"It was definitely a lot different than other D2 schools that I've been to," he said. "The indoor is D1 level stuff. You walk in and the facilities get you. You walk in the stadium and see four national championship in five years too."

D2 recruiting is a little different, in that early offers are not common, but that does not mean Dreslinski is not coveted by the Lakers.

"They told me to keep doing what I was doing. They don't do summer offers. They're going to keep recruiting me and stuff. Coach Ginn was pretty impressed with what I was doing from a three point stance."

Coming up, Dreslinski, whose dad played at Northwood, plans on camping at Hillsdale, and possibly Akron.

As far as future plans, he does plan a return trip to GVSU, because he did not get to take the tour this time.

"He was taking out of state guys around, but I'm going back for a game the third week, so I'll be back up there to check it out."


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