Florida tight end Noah Curtis is "very interested" in Minnesota following his new Gopher offer

Florida tight end Noah Curtis is "very interested" in Minnesota following his new Gopher offer, and he spoke with GopherDigest about his Big Ten offer.

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"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."


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