Ross Windfeldt Gains Recruiting Attention

Ross Windfeldt, a 6-foot-5, 320 pound left tackle from St. Cloud (MN) Tech, attended the Minnesota spring game in April. Windfeldt, was one of three Minnesota to attend the U.S. Army All-American Combine in January. He has attracted the interest of several Midwest schools, including Minnesota. Goldensports.Net recently caught up with Windfeldt to learn the latest on his recruitment.

Ross Windfeldt led the Tigers to a 4-6 mark as a junior, losing to Buffalo 14-9 in the second round of the Class AAAAA, Section 8 playoffs. St. Cloud Tech had a disappointing season by their standards, but lost three regular season games by one point. They finished 9-2 in 2008, 9-1 in 2007 and 9-4 in 2006.

Windfeldt attended the Minnesota-Purdue homecoming game and the Wisconsin-Iowa contest. Windfeldt also participates on the Tigers' tack and field team, throwing the discus and shot put.

GoldenSports.Net recently caught up with Coon to learn the latest on his recruitment.

What schools are you hearing from right now?

"Minnesota, Wisconsin and Nebraska. I've talked to the recruiting coach at Michigan State a couple of times."

Did you make many spring games or practices?

"I went to Wisconsin. I watched one of their practices and meet with their coaches and talked to them a little bit."

Have you thought much about what camps you'd like to attend this summer?

"I am coming to the one at the "U." Wisconsin and probably, Nebraska and maybe one other if I have time."

What about your high school team? I know that your team did not live up to expectations last season?

""Probably better this year. We still have a question for quarterback, but besides that, we are pretty set. But, quarterback is pretty important. We'll see how it goes. Our wide receivers, running back. Our "O" line should be pretty good. Our "D" line should be better than it was last year. Linebackers should be set. A couple of question marks here or there for D back, but besides that, pretty set."

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