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Coastal Carolina Offers Second DreamChaser

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

At 8 pm CET the call came in. That coveted call most HS players fantasize about for years until that pivotal moment when dream becomes reality, when becoming a scholarship football player turns into something tangible.

Edward Vesterinen had heard ahead of time that Coastal Carolina wanted to offer him a scholarship but that did not make the call any less exciting, just like the knowledge that presents are waiting for you makes Christmas morning any less magical. The former Team Nordic pass rusher officially becomes the twenty-seventh to enter the DreamCatchers fraternity.

It is, however, not the first stop on a magical 2018 for the Finland native. Edward participated in the 2018 DreamChasers Tour; played the role of pass-rush specialist for the Finnish Men’s national team that placed 3rd in this year’s European Championship; he helped his home team, the Helsinki Roosters, win another National Championship (once again with the men’s team, not U19) and without star tackle, Martin Veinberg.

Coastal Carolina already has one DreamCatcher in Tyrese Johnson-Fisher, and in the same manner they hope to secure Edward’s commitment by offering early and building a great relationship on that foundation. Their early efforts may prove vital as Vesterinen is sure to add more offers before he finishes high school. Fisher fell in love with Coastal early and no other scholarships or powerhouse offer could sway his intent to play on the coral turf near Myrtle Beach.

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Coastal Carolina Offers Second DreamChaser

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

At 8 pm CET the call came in. That coveted call most HS players fantasize about for years until that pivotal moment when dream becomes reality, when becoming a scholarship football player turns into something tangible.

Edward Vesterinen had heard ahead of time that Coastal Carolina wanted to offer him a scholarship but that did not make the call any less exciting, just like the knowledge that presents are waiting for you makes Christmas morning any less magical. The former Team Nordic pass rusher officially becomes the twenty-seventh to enter the DreamCatchers fraternity.

It is, however, not the first stop on a magical 2018 for the Finland native. Edward participated in the 2018 DreamChasers Tour; played the role of pass-rush specialist for the Finnish Men’s national team that placed 3rd in this year’s European Championship; he helped his home team, the Helsinki Roosters, win another National Championship (once again with the men’s team, not U19) and without star tackle, Martin Veinberg.

Coastal Carolina already has one DreamCatcher in Tyrese Johnson-Fisher, and in the same manner they hope to secure Edward’s commitment by offering early and building a great relationship on that foundation. Their early efforts may prove vital as Vesterinen is sure to add more offers before he finishes high school. Fisher fell in love with Coastal early and no other scholarships or powerhouse offer could sway his intent to play on the coral turf near Myrtle Beach.

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Coastal Carolina Offers Second DreamChaser

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

At 8 pm CET the call came in. That coveted call most HS players fantasize about for years until that pivotal moment when dream becomes reality, when becoming a scholarship football player turns into something tangible.

Edward Vesterinen had heard ahead of time that Coastal Carolina wanted to offer him a scholarship but that did not make the call any less exciting, just like the knowledge that presents are waiting for you makes Christmas morning any less magical. The former Team Nordic pass rusher officially becomes the twenty-seventh to enter the DreamCatchers fraternity.

It is, however, not the first stop on a magical 2018 for the Finland native. Edward participated in the 2018 DreamChasers Tour; played the role of pass-rush specialist for the Finnish Men’s national team that placed 3rd in this year’s European Championship; he helped his home team, the Helsinki Roosters, win another National Championship (once again with the men’s team, not U19) and without star tackle, Martin Veinberg.

Coastal Carolina already has one DreamCatcher in Tyrese Johnson-Fisher, and in the same manner they hope to secure Edward’s commitment by offering early and building a great relationship on that foundation. Their early efforts may prove vital as Vesterinen is sure to add more offers before he finishes high school. Fisher fell in love with Coastal early and no other scholarships or powerhouse offer could sway his intent to play on the coral turf near Myrtle Beach.

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