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  1. Siouxfan512 says:

    Think Craig Orlando will pack on some more pounds by February? It would be nice to see that 300lb bowling ball like we had in Tank Harris. Even with Harris, is seemed more dominant before he slimmed up his senior year.


    1. und360-kelly says:

      He is already a pretty big boy. Yes, he possibly could be bigger before Feb. This extra practice time is HUGE for the two freshmen classes.

      Orlando at 300 pounds with his agility and wrestling background could be dominant.

  2. Todd says:

    Zavalney ahead of highly acclaimed Riviere is interesting.

    You don’t have Lotysz at any O line position but Center. Not a tackle??

    1. und360-kelly says:

      Lotysz will play both guard and center. I feel he could be a very good center down the road. Nimble kid with solid technique.

  3. Denbur says:

    Didn’t see much of Schuster last season but what I seen I liked! As you stated he has field and game sense (does he have good leadership qualities?) And of course it’s good to have a little swagger not overconfident but knowing that you can do it! North Dakota proud!

  4. MoSiouxFan says:

    Thanks for the excellent writeup. Anyone not on the roster that was on the roster last year, due to attrition, health, whatever? What kind of injury did the young receiver Wright sustain and is he expected to be available for the spring season?

    1. und360-kelly says:

      I believe Wright hurt his kneecap but I am not sure on his timeline for February.

  5. AJS says:

    Comparing the roster between Spring / Fall 2020, it appears Russo is the only Senior that decided not to continue into Spring 2021. With everyone getting an additional year, have there been talks about Fall 2021 and the Senior class? i.e. Turner playing next Fall as well?

    1. und360-kelly says:

      It could get messy and technically they can all return. My guess is some underclassmen don’t return along with the majority of the senior class, minus a few, and it works its way out.

  6. Don Speare says:

    What is the kicking game shaping up like..particularly kick off/touch back potential? Didn’t we get a great kicking transfer from St. Cloud? The close games we lost over the past several years seemed to happen too often when our kicker couldn’t bury the ball in the end zone and the opponents’ stud returners started them near or in field goal range with little or no time on the clock to respond.

    1. und360-kelly says:

      That is an outstanding question. Have not learned much to date about the new kicker. Will do…

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