Posted On: 02/18/21 6:54 PM

With a shortened season, every Minnesota football player had less time to impress college programs than normal. Marshall junior Deylin HasertDeylinHasert6'6" | OLMarshall | 2022StateMN had even less time to make an impression. Three games into his junior year, Hasert’s season was over. Even with his shortened season, he still has multiple Division I offers in hand.

"It was a weird season," Hasert explained. "We could have twelve practices in the fall, and then we were going to play in the spring. Then, one of the last practices, they decided we were going to play in the fall, and the next week we were right back into it. It was hard on the team – guys weren’t ready for it. Later in the year things got better. I didn’t play a couple of games, and we had some other starters miss games. Some young guys stepped up into roles they are going to be in next year. I am proud of the team."

Despite all the injuries, the Tigers finished with a 5-2 record.

"We ran the ball," Hasert said. "That was the deciding factor. If our o-line could get a push and we could run the ball, we had success. As

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