Posted On: 02/22/19 12:33 AM

The Bemidji State Beavers are coming off a 7-4 season in 2018. They tied for 3rd in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference's North Division. They went into recruiting season knowing they needed to increase their numbers up front and they did just that – bringing 35 new recruits to the northern Minnesota school. The Beavers did it by getting kids to their camps and pursuing kids that match the attitude of the program. "We thought we did a good job recruiting this class," Bemidji State head coach Brent Bolte said. "We hit the areas that we knew we were going to need numbers. Certainly, offensive line was a spot we were getting to the point where we were going to have some guys leaving the program in the next couple of years, so we added five or six new guys there. We went heavy into defensive backs too. We feel that we always need to increase our depth so we can run some different packages." Obviously, the Beavers are going to recruit heavily in the northern part of the state, but they had a lot of success down south too. "You are

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