One of the best signal callers in the state of Wisconsin is Mount Horeb (WI.) junior quarterback Max Meylor. The talented gun-slinger saw his season come to an end this past Friday against Reedsburg despite a good performance. While season might be over, his recruitment is still rolling and he took an unofficial visit to Minnesota this weekend and recap his time there.
“It was a lot of fun,” Meylor told GopherDigest. “We were on the field watching warm ups and then we had front row seats behind the Gopher bench. It was very exciting and it is good to have the Floyd of Rosedale trophy back!”
The 6-2, 190-pound Meylor chatted with assistant recruiting coordinator John Schaekel during his time there and got to hear all of what he would be doing for his visit and saw a lot of what Minnesota had to offer.
“I talked to Coach Shaeckel for a little bit,” said Meylor. “We just talked about enjoying the visit and what we will be doing. He is a nice guy and they all are nice guys. That’s all. We didn’t talk about more than that. All around Minnesota is a great place. Great campus and a excellent football team. Not to forget the facilities are amazing. I like it very much and I am very interested. I hope they keep on winning and look forward to seeing them play against Wisconsin!”