SHG Tackle Oseland Commits to Minnesota Over Illinois



SHG senior offensive tackle Quinn Oseland ended his recruitment process on Wednesday, formally committing to the University of Minnesota to play for head coach Jerry Kill. Oseland chose Minnesota over the University of Illinois and Oklahoma State.

The 6-6, 303 pound tackle said the growing Central State 8 presence made the University of Illinois more attractive, but the allure of playing for Coach Kill was what pushed him to be a Golden Gopher. According to Rivals.com, Quinn is a 3-star offensive lineman. He was listed as the 17th best recruit in the state in Rivals' Illinois preseason rankings. 
 
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08/13/2014 2:34PM
SHG Tackle Oseland Commits to Minnesota Over Illinois
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08/13/2014 4:42PM
Congrats Quinn!
Which had to be a tough decision. Hope to see you working on the other side of the line as well this year. If not the faithful love watching you opening holes and blocking down field with the positive results from your effort.
08/13/2014 8:17PM
Congrats Quin:::
Great choice Jerry Kill an old Sakuki guy! Keegan's Uncle Dave Grady.
08/14/2014 12:40PM
Welcome
Welcome to the land of Ski-u-ma Quinn! Glad to have you in minnesota!
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