Fry talks recruiting

Playing in Minnesota, JC players can sometimes go unnoticed, but Fergus Falls S Korey Fry (6-2, 210) has been hearing from several four-year schools after a big sophomore season and he talked to about his team's huge turnaround and where things stands in the recruiting process.

"It was a real fun season this year," Fry told recently. "Our defense was really good and we finished 6-4, but we were one game out of the playoffs.

"We were 1-9 the year before so it was a big turnaround for us and something that we all take pride in because we all worked hard over the offseason to become better and show some heart and pride."

Fry played free safety and ended the season with 91 tackles and nine interceptions.

"I think I played really well back there and my coaches said they were happy with how I did," Fry said. "I felt comfortable back there and I felt like I saw the ball well and read the quarterback well."

Fry's 4.4 speed to go along with his impressive size are what really has the four-year programs looking his way.

"San Diego State is real close to offering," Fry said. "They have been recruiting me pretty hard and looking at me for a while.

"I'm going to Northern Colorado on January 18th so I should know something from them when I go there.

"Minnesota and Iowa State are the other schools after me pretty hard. Minnesota actually started talking to me pretty recently, but they seem interested and Iowa State has been there for a while keeping an eye on me."

Fry will graduate in May and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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