Minnesota defensive end Tanner Sundt enjoys his return visit to NDSU

Minnesota defensive end Tanner Sundt enjoyed his return visit to North Dakota State on Wednesday, and he spoke about the visit and recruiting with the BisonReport.


"The visit to North Dakota State went well," Farmington (Minn.) defensive end Tanner Sundt said to the BisonReport. "I got to come look at the new weight room / facilities that will be coming in, plus hang out with the coaches more. I thought the new facilities coming in were sweet. The new weight room will be great and it has a snack bar also."

Sundt and the Bison coaching staff had a lot to talk about. 

"I hung out the most with coach Cain, the d ends coach, and the recruiting coordinator (Hank Jacobs). I also spent a good chunk of time talking with Coach Klieman," Sundt explained to Scout.com. "Cain told me that they would love to have me and how I have the athletic ability to be able to drop back in some situations during the game. It was more of getting to know each other better than talking football. Jacobs was basically our tour guide all day. He was just stressing the fact that their school has to be the fit for me and that I am their top defensive end recruit. With coach Klieman, we sat down in his office and he talked about their coaching staff and how great they are. He told me some of the reasons why he loves NDSU and asked me questions like who is most impacting my decision. I told him my parents first and also my head football coach (Adam Fischer) that has helped me through the recruiting process. It was all around a great day!"

North Dakota State is sitting well for the Farmington defensive end, but he wants to continue to take more visits. 

"I'm feeling very good about North Dakota State now. Today was a great visit that was well planned out for me to see many different things. They are definitely a locked spot in my top 4 schools right now. What's next, is that I am going to visit the schools that have offered me. Places like Wyoming, Eastern Michigan, Montana State, Buffalo and some other ones I haven't had the chance to visit yet. We'll start setting up specifics on those visits next week."

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