With four unofficial visits in three days less than a month ago, Quinn Caroll made another this past weekend.
The Edina Senior (Minneapolis, MN) offensive lineman took an in-state trip to Minnesota, which marked his fifth time on campus since receiving a scholarship offer.
“They are great people with the right mindset,” he said of the Golden Gophers. “They are turning a program into what the city has been looking for.”
Following offers from Ole Miss, Alabama and Arizona State on March 30, Carroll had gone on to make trips to Georgia, Clemson, Virginia Tech and Notre Dame.
“Just being able to develop relationships,” he said “I’m excited to be recruited by these schools in the future.”
After the trip to South Bend on April 2, the 2019 prospect landed offers from both Florida and Colorado two days later.
Beginning in late November, Carroll took an unofficial visit to Michigan State, which was followed by unofficial trips to Iowa State, Iowa and Wisconsin the following week.
Since landing a scholarship offer from the Cyclones during the trip to Aimes, Carroll has also added offers from Pitt, Northwestern, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Michigan, LSU, Arkansas, UCLA, Tennessee, Michigan State, Ohio State, Florida State, Georgia, Southern Cal, Auburn and Texas State.