Bulldogs happy with how recruiting class is shaping up

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Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 12:00 am

SEWARD, Neb. — Coach Vance Winter and his Concordia football staff secured 20 recruits for the class of 2013 on Wednesday. These student-athletes range from local talent like Seward High School linebacker Trey Barnes to Ronald Jackson, a physical lineman from Houston.

“I think this is a great initial group of signees,” Winter said. “We’ve made our team better at a lot of key positions. I’m really excited about Trey Barnes and rest of our linebacker group. Overall it’s a class that also fills needs on the defensive and offensive lines. We still have some more to do. We’re still looking for more guys that are the right fits, but we’re very pleased with where we’re at and the types of guys we’re bringing in.”

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