Posted On: 07/20/20 11:12 PM

I've been meaning to write this article for a while, so I figured that now is as good of a time as any. Throughout the last decade and then some some of Minnesota's best prep football players have for some reason or another stopped playing college football. A lot of these names I haven't thought of in years, and most of these dudes were the biggest and baddest in their recruiting classes in Minnesota. This isn't an article to reflect on why they stopped playing or to pass judgment, but rather to highlight their fantastic Minnesota high school football careers. I hope you enjoy!

Tanner Sundt (Farmington) DE. 6'4, 240 lbs. A three-year starter for the Tigers who graduated in 2017 and played TE and DE, Sundt was an All-State and All-Conference pick as a senior after racking up 50 tackles, 18 TFLs, seven PBUs, seven sacks and two blocked FGs. Sundt was named Minnesota’s Defensive Lineman of the Year by your own Northstar Football News as well! In his career he had 150 total tackles with 30 TFLs, 20 sacks, 13 PBUs and four blocked kicks. The Farmington standout redshirted in 2017, then played the 2018 season but did not compete in any games. In an article published

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