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It was that sort of year, which explains why neither SDSU nor USD signed any Sioux Falls athletes to scholarships though O'Gorman linebacker Spencer Hopkins will walk on at USD.
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The future is bright for city football, with Roosevelt junior quarterback Taryn Christion and offensive tackle Grant Schmidt expected to draw big time interest in 2015.
He was determined to avoid similar upheaval in Fargo.
December that head coach Craig Bohl was leaving to take over the program at Wyoming.
"Once I found out that (Bohl) left, I was a little hesitant as far as what I was going to do," says Marlette, who led the Warriors with 70 tackles and two fumble recoveries last season. "But I started talking to some of the other recruits, and they were still committed, so that comforted me a bit."
Family matters, but so does an established program where a kid can make his own way.
The following year, Washington sophomore offensive tackle Matt Farniok will follow his family's major college tradition and perhaps become one of the most hotly recruited South Dakota players of all time.
They certainly are in Fargo, where NDSU continues to swoop in when the time is right, plucking talent out of South Dakota's largest city and bringing it across the border. The trend will continue until in state schools have something better to offer.
"I didn't want to be Tim's little brother when I went somewhere," said Marlette after signing his NCAA letter of intent Wednesday morning at the Avera Sports Institute, kicking off National Signing Day in style. "Coach Glenn loved my brother, and he saw a lot of Tim in me. When it came down to Converse Shoes Sale Melbourne it, though, I wanted to make my own name. That's just how it is."
Marlette took his official visit to Fargo on Jan. 24 and met the entire staff, including linebackers coach Matt Entz. The Bison envision Marlette (who expects to be redshirted) playing outside linebacker at around 205 pounds but perhaps moving inside if he puts on more weight.
The Washington program has produced 53 college recruits since 2005, and Marlette is the 23rd during that time to go Division I. Of course, the only other college recruit from the 2013 Warrior team was defensive back AJ Breck, who is headed to NAIA Morningside.
"The sky's the limit for him," says Stadem. "With the facilities that we have in town and greater focus placed on the development Converse Chucks Sale Ebay
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"His length is what they like a lot," says Stadem. "He's a tall linebacker who can run and cover in the flat and be aggressive on the edge, too. (NDSU) is a good fit for him. He wants a challenge, and that's where he needs to go right now."
signed with Augustana.(Photo: Jay Pickthorn / Argus Leader)During the recruiting stage, Washington standout Dan Marlette was reminded frequently that his brother, Tim, shined as a high energy linebacker at the University of South Dakota before graduating in 2012.
"The atmosphere is really what got me at NDSU," said the 6 foot 2, 190 pound Marlette, a three year starter who helped Washington claim its 2012 state title. "I went to a couple of games up there and loved the experience at the Fargodome."
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In a year when South Dakota failed to produce a major college recruit to follow on the heels of Nate Gerry, Marlette was the top prize as a tall and rangy linebacker who also excels in wrestling.
The senior was coveted by all the Dakota schools, but the Bison won him over just as they did with previous Sioux Falls standouts such as Preston Evans, Trevor Gebhart, Mike Hardie, Andrew Smith and Austin Kuhnert.
But while the Coyotes are showing improvement under the guidance of Joe Glenn, they can't compete with the FCS dominance of NDSU, which backs up superior facilities and game day experience with the national acclaim of three consecutive championships.
But there was plenty of Division II talent, including a group of four Augustana recruits from state champion Lincoln, led by Argus Leader Elite 45 captain Caden Quintanilla. In all, Vikings coach Jerry Olszewski pulled in seven Sioux Falls players, continuing a hometown recruiting trend revived by Brad Salem.
"They want me playing in space, covering the slot receiver a little bit," said Marlette, who is keeping his weight down for wrestling (he's ranked seventh in Class A at 195 pounds). "They said I could move to middle linebacker or the other side, depending on how things go."
Also reassuring was the news that defensive coordinator Chris Klieman would become the new head coach. The NDSU coaches had informed Marlette that his body frame and abilities fit perfectly into their defensive scheme, and he didn't want someone coming in and changing the philosophy.
Marlette, who had verbally committed to NDSU in late September, suddenly found himself wondering whether he should change his plans. He had lived through a coaching change at Washington when Brian Hermanson left and was replaced by Chad Stadem, and the result was a difficult senior campaign.
of young athletes, Sioux Falls has produced some great players over the last 10 years, and college coaches are paying attention."
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