With Minnesota winning their third straight Big Ten game, more and more recruits have started to become more eager into the Gophers. Hopkins (MN.) junior safety Harry Momoh is a rising prospect that has caught the attention of the Gophers and they have done the same to Momoh when he took an unofficial last week for the Nebraska game.
"It was great," Momoh told GopherDigest. "It wasn't an official visit, but just a invite to their games. I think Minnesota is a great school and the football program is just getting better every year. I like the coaching and love how the players play hard until the whistle."
The 5-10, 190 versatile safety talks about what it would mean to receive a Golden Gopher offer and how his recruitment is going as well.
"If I were to get a Minnesota offer, then it wounds mean a lot, but it would also mean that I have too keep working harder," said Momoh. "I've always been a Golden Gopher football fan and it would also mean a lot because that would be my first offer as well. "My recruitment is going okay so far, but I feel like it's still a bit early for me to hear from more schools. I am hearing from Minnesota, Missouri, Cincinnati and thats it. I've gotten letters from Iowa State, Iowa, and Nebraska. Right now, Minnesota is my number one on my list as I keep working hard for an offer."
Momoh's season is over after they lost last week, but he still feels that he has gotten better and will be ready for next year to improve even more and get farther.