"It was nice to be able to be around the coaches and other recruits for a whole weekend," Minnesota tight end Noah Gindorff explained to the BisonReport about his North Dakota State official visit. "We also got to tour the new SHAC and facilities, which we're really nice. It was also nice being able to meet a lot of the players and spend time with them. My host for the visit was tight end Ben Ellefson, and I kind of knew him before the visit, but it was good to spend more time with him. He's really nice. He was just telling me to be ready to work when I get there, but also to enjoy the rest of my senior year."
"I talked with all of the NDSU coaches, but probably Roehl the most," Gindorff explained to NDSU. "Roehl said similar things to Ben, and we were able to go through a lot of the playbook, and we went through some of his expectations for me. He said he will be tough on my and I won't learn everything in one day, but I have to keep learning and competing every single day. I'm really excited to play for him and the plan for me right now is to redshirt."
Gindorff's family is fully behind his NDSU decision.
"We really liked seeing campus again and my family and I agree that it should be a great place to be the next five years. Coach Klieman's really excited for me. He went through a lot of logistics with the scholarship and academic things. He also said to enjoy the rest of my senior year and to come ready to work in June. I'm 100% to NDSU and can't wait to sign next week."