Signing Day is now less than three days away for the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher football team.
The Gophers currently have 24 players with verbal commitments, but have the opportunity to add a few more players. Here are the unsigned offensive players.
Armoni Brewington, Bear Creek High School, Lakewood, Col.
The 6-foot, 185 pound receiver is rated as a two-star by rivals.com and is not rated by ESPN. Against high school competition, he showed an ability to run past defensive backs. He best highlights came on fly patterns and crossing routes. His best asset as a receiver is what he did after the catch. He always looked to gain more yards. He did not catch the ball and go down. He could be a sleeper at the collegiate level. He has offers from Alcorn State, Colorado State and Minnesota. His favorite appears to be the Gophers.
Toby Durham, Seminole High School, Sanford, Fla.
The 6-foot-1-inch, 170 pound receiver is rated as a three-star wide receiver by rivals.com and a three-star athlete by ESPN. He can fly. He could develop into an outstanding wide receiver or corner at the collegiate level. He can come in and contribute right away on special teams. He is cousins with current Gopher commit Tyrone Bouie. He has offers from Colorado State, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Minnesota, Purdue, Alabama-Birmingham and Central Florida. He took his only official in September to Minnesota, but his favorites appear to be UAB and Purdue.
Dalvin Glass, Carter High School, Dallas, Texas
The 6-foot-3-inch, 315 pound offensive lineman is rated as a three-star guard by both rivals.com and ESPN. He has some lower-body flexibility, but needs to improve his explosion off the snap of the ball. He is ranked as the 39th best guard by rivals and the 40th best guard by ESPN. He has offers from Arkansas, Kansas State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Tennessee. According to rivals, his favorites appear to be Minnesota and Kansas State, while ESPN lists Arkansas, Kansas State, Nebraska and Tennessee as his considering schools.
Seantrel Henderson, Cretin-Derham Hall High School, St. Paul, Minn.
The 6-foot-8-inch, 301 pound offensive lineman is rated as a five-star offensive tackle by both rivals.com and ESPN. His athleticism and size make him a perfect candidate to be a cornerstone left tackle. He has offers from just about every school in the country. His favorite appears to be Ohio State. He is ranked as the best offensive tackle in nation by both rivals and ESPN.
Darius Millines, American Heritage-Boca-Delray High School, Delray Beach, Fla.
The 6-foot, 180 pound receiver is rated as a three-star wide receiver by rivals.com and a four-star wide receiver by ESPN. He recently decommitted from West Virginia. He can fly and make things happen after the catch. He is rated as the 62nd best wide receiver by rivals and the 25th best wide receiver by ESPN. He has offers from Florida, Illinois, Marshall, Miami, Minnesota, Mississippi, Rutgers, Wake Forest and West Virginia. He appears headed to Marshall.
Branden Wilkenson, Venice High School, Venice, Fla.
The 6-foot-4-inch, 190 pound tight end is not rated by either rivals.com or ESPN. He needs to improve his bulk and weight to be a tight end at the collegiate level or improve his speed and athleticism to be a wide receiver. He has only one scholarship, that coming from Minnesota. It appears his choice will be to accept Minnesota’s offer or walk-on at Florida.
The Gophers also have several recruits that have a strong interest in Minnesota, but have not been offered a scholarship. Those incude three-star quarterback Jacob Morgan (Austin, Texas), three-star running back Tevin Drake (Brooksville, Fla.), three-star tight end Kendall Montgomery (Opa Locka, Fla.), two-star wide receiver Darrin Brown (Duncanville, Texas), two-star quarterback Mark Alt, (St. Paul, Minn.), two-star athlete Terrance Davis (Mansfield, Texas), two-star offensive lineman Sam Cunningham (Hudson, Wisc.), two-star offensive lineman Aaron Esala (Ashland, Wisc.), two-star offensive lineman Conor McFadden (St. Paul, Minn.), two-star running back Nelson Akinwande (Arlington, Texas), two-star offensive lineman Kyle Deavers (Racine, Wisc.), two-star athlete Anton McCallum (Alexandria, Va.) and two-star offensive lineman Lawrence Dixon (Fayetteville, NC). Also several unrated Minnesotans have interest, including wide receiver Zack Burrington, running back Aaron O’Gorman, running back Gage Shaeffer, wide receiver Chris Nimely, offensive lineman Kevin Murphy, wide receiver Brooks Hitchcock, offensive lineman Nick Harris, running back John Baker Jr., quarterback Greg Hynes and athlete Joel Bauman.