Dovich Makes Short Trip To Minneapolis

Minnesota got an unofficial visit from Chaska (MN.) junior offensive tackle Bronson Dovich and he talks about his time in Minneapolis

Chaska (MN.) junior offensive tackle Bronson Dovich is becoming more and more of a well-known recruit in the Midwest and nationally. The hometown Golden Gophers are looking to keep him home and had got him on campus a couple days ago. He recaps the unofficial to Minnesota and the opportunity he had to talk to the headman himself in head coach Jerry Kill.

"It was my parents and I and we got a tour around campus and facilities from some of the coaches, then we got to meet with Coach Kill for about 25 minutes," Dovich told GopherDigest. "They said they liked how I played and said Coach Limegrover will be at my school next week to see me. He was out recruiting during my visit, so I didn't get a chance to see him."

The 6-6, 290-pound tackle has picked up his first two offers recently from South Dakota State and Rutgers, but is hearing from several others. Still, a offer from Minnesota is one that he's patiently waiting on.

"My recruitment is going well," said Dovich. "I don't have any visits planned yet, but I did have Oregon and Northern Iowa in my school yesterday and I know Northern Illinois along with Minnesota are coming in next week."

"That would be huge if Minnesota offered. The visit the other day had a big impact on my family and I, so an offer from them would really mean a lot. I've grown up loving the Gophers and I had a great time down there."

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