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Oskarsson Adds Two Offers after Rutgers

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Anton Oskarsson from Sweden already had a scholarship offer from Eastern Michigan, but he added two more following the Rutgers camp coming from the Towson Tigers and UMass Minutemen.

UMass had Anton on their radar since he attended their camp last year, and seeing the progress he has made caused them to finally pull the trigger.  Towson already has a former DreamChaser on their roster in Belgian defensive lineman, Tibo Debaille.  Towson also offered 2018 DreamChaser Sylvain Yondjouen just before the Rutgers camp began.

Anton has been part of the very impressive RIG Academy in Sweden that has been churning out college prospects recently.  More than a dozen players of the Swedish under 19 National Team were in their program last year. RIG were the source behind previous DreamChasers Oskar Andersson (OL, Temple) and Alexander Segerfeldt (WR, Dubuque).  Anton has also been playing for his home team, the Örebro Black Knights, where he played with 2017 DreamChaser Isaac Moore (OL, Temple).

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Oskarsson Adds Two Offers after Rutgers

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Anton Oskarsson from Sweden already had a scholarship offer from Eastern Michigan, but he added two more following the Rutgers camp coming from the Towson Tigers and UMass Minutemen.

UMass had Anton on their radar since he attended their camp last year, and seeing the progress he has made caused them to finally pull the trigger.  Towson already has a former DreamChaser on their roster in Belgian defensive lineman, Tibo Debaille.  Towson also offered 2018 DreamChaser Sylvain Yondjouen just before the Rutgers camp began.

Anton has been part of the very impressive RIG Academy in Sweden that has been churning out college prospects recently.  More than a dozen players of the Swedish under 19 National Team were in their program last year. RIG were the source behind previous DreamChasers Oskar Andersson (OL, Temple) and Alexander Segerfeldt (WR, Dubuque).  Anton has also been playing for his home team, the Örebro Black Knights, where he played with 2017 DreamChaser Isaac Moore (OL, Temple).

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Oskarsson Adds Two Offers after Rutgers

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Anton Oskarsson from Sweden already had a scholarship offer from Eastern Michigan, but he added two more following the Rutgers camp coming from the Towson Tigers and UMass Minutemen.

UMass had Anton on their radar since he attended their camp last year, and seeing the progress he has made caused them to finally pull the trigger.  Towson already has a former DreamChaser on their roster in Belgian defensive lineman, Tibo Debaille.  Towson also offered 2018 DreamChaser Sylvain Yondjouen just before the Rutgers camp began.

Anton has been part of the very impressive RIG Academy in Sweden that has been churning out college prospects recently.  More than a dozen players of the Swedish under 19 National Team were in their program last year. RIG were the source behind previous DreamChasers Oskar Andersson (OL, Temple) and Alexander Segerfeldt (WR, Dubuque).  Anton has also been playing for his home team, the Örebro Black Knights, where he played with 2017 DreamChaser Isaac Moore (OL, Temple).

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