Sunday has been quite a day on the recruiting front for P.J. Fleck and his staff at Minnesota.

The Golden Gophers are up to five pledges for the day, with two recent commitments from defensive end Jack Pyburn and wide receiver Cade Conzemius. Those announcements came in addition to verbal pledges from cornerbacks Tariq Watson and Rhyland Kelly and receiver Aidan Gousby.

Pyburn is a 6-foot-3, 250-pound defensive end out of Jacksonville, Florida. He received nearly two dozen offers on the recruiting front, picking Minnesota over Memphis, Army, Georgia Tech, Marshall, Navy, Wake Forest and Western Kentucky at the FBS level, among others.

During the 2020 season at The Bolles School, Pyburn was credited with 121 tackles, 17 for loss and 7 sacks while playing both defensive end and linebacker. He was part of a ateam that finished 10-3 and appeared in the state title game.

Pyburn ranks as the No. 50 defensive end in the 2022 class, per 247Sports. He does not have any Composite rankings.

Conzemius is a 5-foot-10, 165-pound native of Minnetonka, giving the Gophers an in-state pledge on Father’s Day. He will be a walk-on for the Golden Gophers, picking Minnesota over another walk-on opportunity at Iowa State.

Conzemius is a legacy recruit, the son of former Minnesota linebacker Justin Conzemius, who played for the Golden Gophers in the 1990s.

Minnesota’s recruiting class for 2022 is now up to 12 verbal commitments. Seven of those pledges have come in June.