Posted On: 05/12/18 1:59 AM

Peter Udoibok was an emerging prospect prior to Cretin-Derham Hall’s run to the Class AAAAAA state semifinals.

Udoibok asserted himself as one of the best wide receivers in the Class of 2019, however, after catching eight passes for 124 yards against a stout Minnetonka secondary, including seven for 115 after halftime, to fuel a Raiders rally that ultimately fell just short.

“Every member on the team worked hard and wanted to win and gave all they got,” said Udoibok via email. “I got some chances to show what I have to offer, but like every other wide receiver would’ve liked more balls thrown [to me].”

The 6-foot-4 junior’s overall statistics were boosted by the performance against the Skippers. He finished with 52 receptions for 640 yards and four touchdowns – still enough to earn him All-District honors last fall.

His junior season also helped earn him four Division-I scholarship offers, including a Football Bowl Subdivision offer from Rice University. South Dakota State, Northern Iowa and North Dakota State are the others. “The schools that have been in contact with me the most are SDSU, UNI, NDSU, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota and Western Michigan,” Udoibok said.

Udoibok added that he’s

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