As of 10:30 this morning, 17 football recruits had signed national letters of intent.
The class is spread across the country. Three players from California signed, including Javen Butler from Pittsburg - the brother of redshirt freshman running Breon Butler.
Six Minnesota players signed. Only one signed from North Dakota, Grand Forks Red River offensive lineman Jace Hellman.
The Sioux are still waiting for another recruit to sign. It's too early to tell but it appears there may be a couple of players that will see the field as true freshmen. Depth in the secondary is a concern.
Also, the Sioux brought in junior college transfer Joey Bradley at quarterback. He threw for more than 3,500 yards at Diablo Valley College in California last year. But coach Chris Mussman said it's too early to say who'll start at QB in the fall. In fact, there is a possibility that the Sioux could bring in another QB if need be.
Remember today's live chat on Sioux athletics at www.gfherald.com from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. It's a pretty active day at UND, with football signings and hockey news.