A Minnesota offer puts the Gophers in the top three for Georgia defensive tackle Ellison Hubbard

A Minnesota offer puts the Gophers in the top three for Georgia defensive tackle Ellison Hubbard, and he talks recruiting with GopherDigest.

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"Minnesota's wide receiver's coach, Brian Anderson, is the coach that offered me," Georgia defensive tackle Ellison Hubbard said to GopherDigest. "He said that he loved my film and that after seeing me in person, he knew he had to offer me. He's looking forward to recruiting me. I don't know much about Minnesota right now, but I'm going to do research on them for sure."

"I have pretty high interest in Minnesota now," Hubbard explained to GopherDigest. "Minnesota is a good team and I liked how well they played last season. They're third on my list right now behind Wake Forest and Boston College. I like that Wake Forest has a great school and Boston College is nice as well. I've thought about visiting Minnesota and my family and I say it will be a great trip to the Twin Cities to see what they're about. We'll most likely visit over the summer or maybe one of my official visits."

Hubbard could be looking at a decision prior to his senior season. 

"I'll most likely be making a decision in July or August I think," Hubbard told GopherDigest. "My family and I will visit FAU in late May, and that's the only visit we have a firm date on. What I'm looking for most at all these schools is for a school that treats me and my family like we are apart of their family."


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