Kansas player of the year Christian Jegen says NDSU is among those schools that are standing out

Kansas player of the year Christian Jegen says NDSU is among those schools that are standing out and he spoke with the BisonReport about his interest.

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"I have offers from Missouri State, South Dakota, Northern Iowa, North Dakota State and I just picked up one from Eastern Kentucky tonight," Kansas wide receiver Christian Jegen said to the BisonReport. "I have official visits set to Northern Iowa on the 9th, North Dakota State on the 16th, South Dakota on the 23rd and Iowa on the 30th, so it'll be a busy January."

NDSU is one of Jegen's latest offers.

"Coach Klieman offered me last week while Coach Riley was on my in-home visit," Jegen explained. "Coach Klieman said that he was offering me a full ride and they said that the offer was as a football player. They really like what I can do when I have the ball in my hands and that I could go and play receiver, but that I could also play defensive back as well. I don't care what position I play in college, but I'd prefer the offensive side of the ball. I know that NDSU is a winning program, so I'm ready to get up there in January and learn more."

Iowa is another school that has set an official visit with the Missouri wide receiver. 

"Iowa just tells me about how much they like me and what not," Jegen told the BisonReport. "They just said to be patient and that they like me as both a wide receiver and defensive back. I think it's awesome and I hope I can land an FBS offer."

A could of schools do stand out to the Kansas player of the year. 

"NDSU and UNI are the ones standing out to me right now," Jegen said. "I like the UNI staff a lot and I like how NDSU competes for national championships every year. Both have my major of business as well. I'll probably make a decision after I take all of my visits."


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