Bison showing interest in Fargo DT

NDSU is looking to add a defensive tackle in this 2016 class and they may not have to look far as Fargo (N.D.) South defensive lineman Tyson Lytle put on a show at their camp in June. The BisonReport caught up with Lytle to learn more about his recruiting.

NDSU is looking to add a defensive tackle in this 2016 class and they may not have to look far as Fargo (N.D.) South defensive lineman Tyson Lytle put on a show at their camp last week. The BisonReport caught up with Lytle to learn more about his recruiting.

"I'm receiving interest from NDSU, Mary, Northern State and North Dakota so far," Lytle said. "I camped at NDSU a couple weeks ago and I'll be camping at Mary on the 18th, Minnesota State-Moorhead on the 21st and North Dakota on the 25th. So I'll be busy here the next few weeks."

Lytle thought the camp at NDSU was a success.

"It went really well," Lytle explained to the BisonReport. "I got a lot of good looks from coaches around different areas of the camp and I won an elite camper award as well. I really liked working with Coach Cain too. He was a lot different from all the other coaches as he didn't try to recruit me as much as coach me. He never said anything about NDSU or what schools I've been to or anything like that. He was just straight forward and intense while we were doing drills and 1 on 1's. When we had some down time, he asked me about my grades and gave me advice on how to go about things recruiting. I liked dealing with him a lot."

A Bison offer would go a long way with the Fardo defensive lineman.

"I like it," Lytle said about his NDSU interest. "I have a lot of friends who have or are going there and they say it's a good school. The football team really speaks for itself and it would be really cool to play with them. An NDSU offer would be a dream of mine as I'd be playing division one football. I wouldn't commit right away though as I'm going to keep my eyes open and look for the place that best fits me. If NDSU is that place, then that'd be great."


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