Northwestern gets pledge from RB out of Minnesota
Northwestern has made an addition to its 2019 recruiting class.
On Monday evening, three-star running back Evan Hull announced via Twitter the he would be committing to the Wildcats, bringing the class total to 19 recruits. He’s the only current Northwestern commit who has not signed his National Letter of Intent.
“I am delighted to announce that I will be spending the next four years, in continuation of my academic and athletic career, at Northwestern University,” Hull wrote on Twitter.
— Evan Hull (@Hull7Hull) January 29, 2019
With Hull’s commitment, Northwestern now has the No. 47 ranked recruiting class of 2019, coming in at 11th in the B1G.
Hull is a three-star running back out of Osseo, Minn., and is ranked as one of the top 10 players out of his home state. He had 18 offers, most of which came from Ivy League or FCS programs. He chose Northwestern over other FBS programs such as Kansas State, Buffalo, Air Force and Eastern Michigan.