Josh Colville helped lead Minnetonka to an 8-3 mark, losing to Eden Prairie 38-7 in the Class AAAAA, Section 6 finals.
GoldenSports.Net caught up with Colville to learn the latest on his recruitment. Colville said that he is hearing from a variety of schools.
"Minnesota, Nebraska, Michigan State, Iowa State, Wyoming and North Dakota State."
Colville hasn't had a chance to check out many spring practice this year.
"No, this is the first spring game that I have gone to," Colville said. "II not really sure what I am planning for the future."
Minnetonka lost standout lineman Beau Allen and some other top senior talent, but Colville believes that the Skippers have plenty of talent returnees.
"I think that we are going to be really good," Colville said. "I'm really excited for next year. We got a bunch of Division I talent coming back."
Colville said that he is worknig hard to improve as a player.
"I am working on my strength, of course," Colville said. "I am doing speed and agility workout with one of track coaches. Just getting in shape for football season."
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