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Wisconsin DE to Visit CMU
Defensive end Brent Hoppe (6-4, 225) of Beloit (Wisc.) Turner High School announced this afternoon via Twitter he's taking an official visit to Central Michigan, June 18-20.


A consensus 3-star recruit in the class of 2023, Hoppe was offered a scholarship by the Chippewas on Dec. 7, 2021, his first offer. This will be his third visit to CMU, following unofficial visits to campus in January and April.

In addition to the Chippewas, Hoppe reports offers from Ohio, Miami, Wyoming, Army West Point, Navy, Air Force, North Dakota State, Illinois State and South Dakota.

(This post was last modified: 05-19-2022 09:38 PM by BeatWestern!.)
05-17-2022 06:39 PM
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RE: Wisconsin DE Visiting CMU
CMU has history with NFL DE/TE talent from Wisconsin… as in JJ Watt.
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