Muhammed Kromah Gets Recruiting Looks

Muhammed Kromah, a 6-foot-3, 240-pound linebacker from Totino-Grace, is one of the top defensive players in the state. GoldenSports.Net caught up with Kromah Saturday at a scrimmage at Bloomington Jefferson to learn the latest on his recruitment.

Muhammed Kromah helped lead the Eagles to a 9-2 mark as a junior, losing to Orono in the Class AAAA, Section 6 Football finals 19-15.

GoldenSports.Net caught up with Kromah after Totino's scrimmage against Bloomington Jefferson, St. Paul Central and Maple Grove.

What camps did you attend this summer?

"This summer, I went to North Dakota State and Iowa State."

What other schools are you hearing from besides those two?

"Minnesota, North Dakota, Central Florida, Northern Illinois and Northern Iowa."

Are you planning on making some college games the next few weeks?

"Definitely. I am planning on going to NDSU and I am going to be at the Minnesota games throughout the whole season."

Have you thought about a major yet?

"I am thinking business. I am definitely interested in business. "

Have you taken the SAT or ACT yet?

"I took my first ACT's. I took it without taking the class and I got an 18 the first time, so I am re-taking it on the next date."

What position are most schools looking at you? Offense or defense, I know that you have played both in the past

"Definitely, defense, but I know that when I went to Iowa State they tried me out at guard also, so I played defensive end and guard at that camp."

What are you playing for Totino this year?

"I am going to play defensive end at TG. I definitely want to play tight end, but I don't think that I'll be playing there this year.

You have been one of the top programs in Class AAAA the past several years. What are the expectations for this year?

"The expectations are just to work hard. We are not looking for wins, really. We are looking for bonding together. It is good to win, but our team is definitely looking to get closer together as a brotherhood."

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