The Minnesota Crookston football program announced the addition of Kalil Wilson (DB, 5-9 170, Oahu, Hawai’i) to its 2013 recruiting class joining the 27 players that have inked on National Signing Day and in the following months. Wilson signs an Offer of Admission to join the team becoming the fifth player the Golden Eagles have signed to an Offer of Admission.
“We are excited to add Kalil to our 2013 football recruiting class,” said UMC head coach Paul Miller. “We believe he will be another nice addition to our football program.”
Wilson brings the UMC signing class to 28 overall and is the fifth defensive back the Golden Eagles have brought in five defensive backs so far in the 2013 recruiting class. Wilson is the eighth signee that the Golden Eagles have brought in who is originally from the state of Hawai’i. He is the first player to have ties to Virginia that UMC has brought in with this recruiting class.
The student-athletes listed as having signed National Letters of Intent or Offers of Admission to play at University of Minnesota Crookston have been verified by the UMC Compliance Office once they sign the National Letter of Intent and financial aid agreement or once the student-athlete has accepted an Offer of Admission from UMC.