Nyangacha still hearing from FBS schools

Cooper safety Moses Nyangacha is still hearing from FBS schools despite a commitment to NDSU. The BisonReport has the latest.

"I think it went pretty well today from a team standpoint," Moses Nyangacha said following Cooper's 40-0 victory. "We definitely made a few mistakes that we'll work to fix this week, but I can't complain about the outcome. We wanted to make a statement and we did. Individually, I'm a little upset I didn't see as much action to my side as I would have liked, but I guess as a defensive back that's a sign of respect."

North Dakota State is still doing very well with their outside linebacker / safety commit.

"Things are still pretty solid with NDSU and I've been getting to other commits, which has been great. We have a group chat and we're planning on watching games together and taking our official visits on the same dates so we can really bond. The group chat is called NDSU16, no fancy name or nothing."

Despite his commitment, that hasn't stopped a few schools from continuing to recruit him.

"I've heard mostly from Wisconsin and Wyoming," Nyangacha told the BisonReport. "I know that Iowa and Minnesota will be watching me a little this year as well. Wisconsin has invited me to a couple of games this fall and things are picking up with them because their four-star safety decommitted. Wyoming has been recruiting me for awhile now. They were going to offer me after the Northwestern showcase, but they didn't get to see me do 1 on 1's. They've communicated with me that an offer could come if I take care of business in these early games. Coach Vigen has been telling me that and we talk here and there. We last spoke on the phone a week before I committed and he wished me luck on today's game and said he was excited to see the film."

Would an FBS offer be a game changer for the NDSU commit?

"Man, it'd be something I'd definitely have to think about," Nyangacha explained. "Playing FBS has always been a dream and I can't say I'd decommit for sure, but it'd just be something I'd think about."

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