Minot (N.D) athlete Braydon Lund picked up an offer from NDSU recently and attended camp in Fargo last weekend. The BisonReport spoke with Lund about his recruiting and his upcoming decision.
"I've heard mainly from North Dakota, North Dakota State and Minot State lately," Lund explained. "All of those schools have offered, so things are going well."
Lund has a good time at the NDSU camp last weekend.
"It was great as I got to see some good competition and I got to compete," Lund said to the BisonReport. "I worked out at defensive end and tight end, so I got to work a lot with Coach Roehl with tight ends and Coach Cain with defensive ends. I got about the same amount of time with each coach and it was great. They pushed me and made me work a little bit so it was fun."
Talking with the head coach was a highlight for the Minot athlete.
"Coach Klieman told me that would like to offer me as both a defensive end and a tight end," Lund explained. I think it's great either way as I get a chance to play football. I like NDSU a lot and they're definitely up there on my list as because of the environment and the passion the coaches have as well as the history there. I have one more camp on Monday at UND and I'll probably decide where I'm going after that. I'll sit down with my mom and I'm hoping to have a decision before the fourth."
Lund has a big decision coming
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