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OL signee Dillon Radunz wants to uphold the great Bison tradition for NDSU

Becker (Minn.) offensive lineman and new NDSU signee Dillon Radunz is the latest Bison to sign in the 2016 class and he went in-depth with the to share more about his reasons to sign with North Dakota State. What is your current height and weight? What weight would the NDSU staff like you to report at this summer?

DR: 6'6" 253lbs and they haven't given me a weight. What are your individual and team goals you hope to accomplish during your college career?

DR: Become the best player I can be and help hold up the Bison tradition. What are you looking to work on the most this spring to prepare yourself for Missouri Valley football?

DR: Hitting the weight room hard and getting physically ready for fall. What future moment are you looking forward to the most as a Bison?

DR: Graduating my senior year with no regrets of not trying my hardest and putting in the most effort possible. What was the main reason you chose to attend North Dakota State University?

DR: Tradition and family keeps NDSU great and that's what I'm used to. What team do you want to beat the most as a Bison and why?

DR: Probably South Dakota State because one of my friends chose to go there. Is there any unfinished academic business or are you all set to enroll at NDSU?

DR: I'm all set. If you don't make it to the NFL, where do you see yourself in 10 years?

DR: With a family, and hopefully a good job. What is it about Coach Klieman and the coaching staff that makes you want to play for them?

DR: They treat you like family and they treat you like a person and not just a player. What is something you learned about North Dakota State University that surprised you during the recruiting process?

DR: How amazing and dedicated the fans are up there. I knew that it's crazy in the Fargo some for home games, but not that crazy. It's amazing. What position do you expect to play at NDSU? What other position did the Bison staff mention as a possibility?

DR: OT, but who knows what could happen in camp What have the coaches told you regarding how they plan to utilize your strengths as a player?

DR: I'm left handed, so I'll be able to use that to play left tackle. Have you had any communication with other NDSU recruits and if so what?

DR: Yes, we all have a group chat together and have gotten to know each other throughout this process. What player do you model your game after and why?

DR: From NDSU, probably Joe Haeg, but otherwise, I'm a fan of J.J. Watt. I know they're two different positions, but I like both DL and OL.

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