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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 6

When it rain, it pours. The DreamChasers Tour received four new offers on Tuesday and the first verbal commitment was made by a 2018 DreamChaser.

Rising star of the Tour, German OL Kariem Al Soufi from the Paderborn Dolphins, received two of the four offers. Both Towson University and the University of Florida offered Al Soufi after outstanding camp performances.

Al Soufi wasn’t the only DreamChaser that Florida had their eyes on. Finnish offensive tackle, Martin Veinberg from the Helsinki Roosters, also received an offer from the Gators and continues to draw attention from other Power 5 schools.

The last DreamChaser to receive an offer on Tuesday was Belgian hybrid defensive end/linebacker Sylvain Yondjouen from the Brussels Black Angels.  Sylvain’s third offer came from the University of Massachusetts.

German linebacker Fabian Weitz from the Cologne Crocodiles flew out to the University of Buffalo where he accepted their scholarship offer and became the first 2018 DreamChaser to verbally commit.  The Buffalo coaches feel confident that Weitz’ quickness and nose for the ball will more than compensate for his slight lack of size.  Well deserved Weitz!

Having no camp scheduled for today, the DreamChasers visited the University of Georgia instead.  Some of the DreamChasers had the opportunity to work out with Georgia’s coaches where we’re hearing another SEC offer might be on the way!

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 6

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When it rain, it pours. The DreamChasers Tour received four new offers on Tuesday and the first verbal commitment was made by a 2018 DreamChaser.

Rising star of the Tour, German OL Kariem Al Soufi from the Paderborn Dolphins, received two of the four offers. Both Towson University and the University of Florida offered Al Soufi after outstanding camp performances.

Al Soufi wasn’t the only DreamChaser that Florida had their eyes on. Finnish offensive tackle, Martin Veinberg from the Helsinki Roosters, also received an offer from the Gators and continues to draw attention from other Power 5 schools.

The last DreamChaser to receive an offer on Tuesday was Belgian hybrid defensive end/linebacker Sylvain Yondjouen from the Brussels Black Angels.  Sylvain’s third offer came from the University of Massachusetts.

German linebacker Fabian Weitz from the Cologne Crocodiles flew out to the University of Buffalo where he accepted their scholarship offer and became the first 2018 DreamChaser to verbally commit.  The Buffalo coaches feel confident that Weitz’ quickness and nose for the ball will more than compensate for his slight lack of size.  Well deserved Weitz!

Having no camp scheduled for today, the DreamChasers visited the University of Georgia instead.  Some of the DreamChasers had the opportunity to work out with Georgia’s coaches where we’re hearing another SEC offer might be on the way!

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 6

When it rain, it pours. The DreamChasers Tour received four new offers on Tuesday and the first verbal commitment was made by a 2018 DreamChaser.

Rising star of the Tour, German OL Kariem Al Soufi from the Paderborn Dolphins, received two of the four offers. Both Towson University and the University of Florida offered Al Soufi after outstanding camp performances.

Al Soufi wasn’t the only DreamChaser that Florida had their eyes on. Finnish offensive tackle, Martin Veinberg from the Helsinki Roosters, also received an offer from the Gators and continues to draw attention from other Power 5 schools.

The last DreamChaser to receive an offer on Tuesday was Belgian hybrid defensive end/linebacker Sylvain Yondjouen from the Brussels Black Angels.  Sylvain’s third offer came from the University of Massachusetts.

German linebacker Fabian Weitz from the Cologne Crocodiles flew out to the University of Buffalo where he accepted their scholarship offer and became the first 2018 DreamChaser to verbally commit.  The Buffalo coaches feel confident that Weitz’ quickness and nose for the ball will more than compensate for his slight lack of size.  Well deserved Weitz!

Having no camp scheduled for today, the DreamChasers visited the University of Georgia instead.  Some of the DreamChasers had the opportunity to work out with Georgia’s coaches where we’re hearing another SEC offer might be on the way!

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