"I've been hearing the most of Missouri, Minnesota, Georgia State, Purdue, West Virginia, Connecticut and Arkansas State of late," Georgia offensive lineman Joshua Ezeudu said to GopherIllustrated. "They all want me to come see what their school is about, so I'm figuring out trips here pretty soon."
Minnesota is the latest team to join the offer list for Ezeudu.
"They (Minnesota) came to see me in the spring, and that's when we started talking," Ezeudu explained to GopherIllustrated. "I was supposed to go to the West Georgia camp on Monday that they were at, but I couldn't make it, but they offered me on Wednesday anyway. Coach Warinner was the Gopher coach that offered me and he said they liked me already, so there was no point in waiting on an offer any longer. He said he liked my film, my height and how I play, so he thinks I'm a tackle, but I can play inside too. I know that Minnesota is an up and coming school with a new coaching staff, plus coach Warinner is known for putting players in the league. It's also a great academic school, so I have a lot of interest in them now. They moved up to one of my top schools and they're serious contenders."
"I'm so high on Minnesota as I put academics first in my recruiting process, and coach Warinner is also know for putting players into the league, so that makes them serious contenders. I want to major in Computer Hardware Engineering, and they have a good program in that. I don't have any visit dates set anywhere right now, but I'll most likely take some visit in July. I want to make a decision sometime in August before the season too. I'd say the schools that are on top for me are Minnesota, Missouri, West Virginia, Purdue, UCONN and Georgia State."