(Tabor) — Fremont-Mills standout lineman Cooper Langfelt will take his skills to Central Missouri.
The Knights two-way star dedicated to the Mules earlier this week and talked with KMA Sports activities about his determination on Thursday’s Upon Additional Evaluation.
“Happening there on my first go to in October, they handled me like I’ve been down there two or three years,” Langfelt mentioned. “They’re so real. All of the individuals care about you. It’s an important place.”
The choice brings an finish to a course of that started proper earlier than Langfelt’s sophomore 12 months following a crew camp journey to the College of South Dakota. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound Langfelt made different visits to North Dakota, North Dakota State and South Dakota State earlier than the choice.
“I wished a very good tutorial place with my legal justice main,” Langfelt mentioned. “(CMU) has a powerful legal justice division. The teaching employees took me in and actually made me really feel wished. Coach (Jim) Svoboda is an actual good man and actually cares about his gamers.”
On the subsequent degree, Langfelt says he’ll begin out on the defensive position, though Coach Svoboda advised him he might see him as an All-American heart.
“It actually means quite a bit to me,” Langfelt mentioned of his determination. “It began my freshman 12 months. Coach Greg Ernster has been on my tail, telling me to work tougher and telling me I might do that. It feels nice to have all of it repay.”
Take heed to the whole interview with Langfelt linked beneath.