By Brad Blume
Sports Information Director
South Dakota School of Mines
RAPID CITY --- The South Dakota School of Mines football program along with head coach Dan Kratzer are pleased to announce their first official signing of the 2008 season.
The Hardrockers recently signed Todd Sherman of Colome, S.D., to join the SDM Mines team this coming fall as a freshman.
Sherman is a 6-foot-5-inch, 220 pound offensive lineman that will solidify the Hardrocker front line and add depth at the same time.
“When we saw Todd on film and were evaluating him we thought he moved real well,” said Kratzer. “He’s got good feet and good hips and that is something you need on the offensive line.
Sherman was apart of the 2007 Class 9B Colome Cowboys state championship football team and finished the year with an 11-1 overall record.
While at South Dakota Mines, Sherman plans to study Civil Engineering.
“Todd also plays basketball for Colome and is a just a well rounded athlete,” Kratzer said.
The SD Mines football team kicks off the 2008 season with a home night game at O’Harra Stadium in Rapid City. The Hardrockers take on Haskell Indian Nations University Aug. 31 at 6 p.m.
New South Dakota School of Mines football recruit Todd Sherman (center) recently signed a letter of intent to play football this fall for the Hardrockers in Rapid City. Pictured with Todd are his parents Val and Doug Sherman (seated) and Hardrocker head football coach Dan Kratzer. Photo by Brad Blume
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