"Coach Reeves is the Minnesota coach that offered me," Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage tight end Noah Curtis said to GopherDigest. "He said that if I were to go there, I'd be like Maxx Williams for them and he was telling me how'd they use me a lot in that role. I'm a big fan of Maxx as I remember watching him at Minnesota through the NFL draft process a few years ago, so that'd be pretty cool. I have offers as both a defensive end and tight end right now, and I don't really care which position I play in college."
Even with offers from across the country, this new Minnesota offer has caught the attention of Curtis.
"I'm very interested in Minnesota because they have a great football and tight end history," Curtis explained to Scout.com. "They've had people come out of their program there and be successful, and that's something that stands out to me. I don't currently have a list right now, but I'll make one this summer. No schools are standing out to me over others as they're all the same currently."
Curtis has a full summer schedule ahead with different college camps.
"I plan on camping at Florida State, Florida Atlantic, Alabama, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame and Michigan right now. I also plan on making a decision in July, so I can get it over with and so I can focus on my season and help bring a championship to American Heritage."