Garett Cary Commits To UND

UND received their sixth known commitment to the Class of 2013 when DL Garett Cary gave his verbal commitment to the program a few days ago. Cary, 6’3″-265, was an All-Conference, All-Region, and All-State pick in his senior season for Bigfoot Union High School in Walworth, Wisconsin (which is southwest of Milwaukee).  He excelled on both the offensive and defensive line in high school but we project him as being a defensive tackle/nose guard in college.  On defense he had 92 tackles and 8 sacks in his time at Bigfoot.

Cary is also a standout wrestler for the Chiefs.  He placed 4th in the D2 heavweight division at the state tournament as a junior.

Cary should be a candidate to make an immediate impact for UND whether it is this fall or after a redshirt year.  He possesses very good feet for a big man and can move up and down the line with ease.  Cary is also ultra-aggressive, as evidenced in his recruiting tape and his wresting background – which we love.  Wrestlers make good football players.  This is a very good get for UND as they need help along the defensive line.

Cary had offers from Illinois State and Southeast Missouri State.

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15 Responses

  1. cfm

    Nice writeup. I like it when you give us posts with info on each of the commitments. Although, can you please include what state he is from especially when listing all-state honors.

    Thanks and Go Sioux!

  2. Like Oskie said, we haven’t been able to get solid confirmation or info on Robertson, so we are holding off in the name of reporting it accurately like we always try to do. We promise to report it if and when we can confirm.

    Thanks again for the comments guys.

  3. Rob

    Doesn’t really mean much but coming in who looked better Trey Demler or Joe Mollberg? I thought Demler was going to be a stud.

    1. geaux_sioux

      It’s not even close, Demler was a full 5-10 and was a Joey Bradley type player while Mollberg is a 6-2 man child with a cannon for a arm who was more highly rated and recruited than Demler despite playing in an option offense and having an ankle injury hamper his senior season vs Demler who played in a pass happy system.

        1. UND Fan

          Did Demler give up FB or is he playing elsewhere? I was also one who felt he would be a very good QB for us.

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