By Brad Blume
Sports Information Director
South Dakota School of Mines
RAPID CITY --- The South Dakota School of Mines football program along with Hardrocker head coach Dan Kratzer are pleased to announce the signing of new recruit from Gretna, Neb., Tom Lunzman.
Lunzman is a 6-foot-1-inch, 190 pound standout from Nebraska that rushed for 1,000 yards during his senior high school season. He also earned a spot on the Nebraska All-State Class B Football Team as a defensive back.
"Tom has the versatility to be a great 'West Coast" type back,” Kratzer said. “He can run inside, he can run outside and he can catch the football. Defensively, he is a multi-functional back and is capable of playing any position in the secondary."
The Hardrocker football team has a stellar recruiting class for the 2007 season as the team gets set to do battle in one of the toughest conferences in NAIA --- the Dakota Athletic Conference. The ‘Rocker first game of the season is slated for Aug. 30 against Trinity Bible College --- a NCAA Div. III opponent
Nebraska native Tom Lunzman (sitting center) recently signed a letter of intent to compete at SDSM&T. Pictured with Tom are his parents Carol and Alan Lunzman (seated) along with Gretna High School football coaches (back rom the left) Ty Twarling, running backs coach, Jim Ryan, head coach and Kevin Oneil, linebackers coach.
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