Signing day tracker: Members of Gophers football’s 2024 recruiting class officially join

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The Gophers football program started officially adding high school players to its 2024 recruiting class on Wednesday morning.

Here’s who signed their national letters of intent and a little blurb about each player.

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6:05 a.m.: SAF — Zahir Rainer, Richmond, Va., 5-10 185

The son of former NFL linebacker Wali Rainer had more than 30 scholarship offers, but picked the U over his father’s alma mater (Virginia) and other suitors.

6:10 a.m.: CB — Samuel Madu, Bronx, N.Y., 6-1, 170

Gophers cornerbacks coach Nick Monroe uses his East Coast connections to bring in a corner with good size.

6:21 a.m.: DL — Jaylin Hicks, New Rochelle, N.Y. 6-3, 250

Another New Yorker comes to Dinkytown after turning down in-state scholarship offer from Syracuse, as well as Penn State and other eastern programs.

6:23 a.m.: RB — Ohifame Ijeboi, Philadelphia, 6-0, 190

The speedy tailback joins over offers from Nebraska, Northwestern, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and others.

6:29 a.m.: WR — Dallas Sims, Clearwater, Fla., 6-2, 195

Originally from Canada, this developmental pass catcher has great size. The Gophers have gone to his high school, Clearwater Academy, for other recruits.

6:32 a.m.: QB — Max Brosmer, Roswell, Ga., 6-2, 221

The Gophers sought more at quarterback via the transfer portal and the New Hampshire graduate transfer will provides it after leading FCS in passing yards last season.

6:39 a.m.: QB — Logan Fife, Tracy, Calif., 6-0, 205

Brosmer is penciled in as the 2024 starter and Fife is the projected backup after completing 64 percent of his passes over three seasons in the Mountain West Conference.

6:41 a.m.: CB — Ethan Robinson, Montgomery, N.Y., 6-0, 175

Minnesota needed a veteran corner for next year and bring in the Bucknell transfer to fill it. He went to the same high school (Iona Prep) as new D-lineman Jaylin Hicks. He had offers from Auburn and USC.

6:45 a.m.: RB — Sieh Bangura, Bowie, Md., 6-0, 200

The Gophers add experience in the backfield with Bangura, who rushed for 1,982 yards and 22 touchdowns across three seasons at Ohio in the Mid-American Conference.

6:53 a.m.: CB — Jaionte McMillan, Atlanta, 5-11, 190

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