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Jesse Hinz

One to keep an eye on this summer might be Jesse Hinz. Hinz is a lineman that could play on either side of the ball with a bit of a mean streak to go along with a huge frame that is a strength and conditioning coach's dream. Hinz picked up his first division one offer and was flooded with different emotions. Who has offered and what are his thoughts?

Jesse Hinz is going to be able to play division one football. The 6-foot-4 and 290-pound defensive lineman/offensive lineman from Beatrice (Nebr.) picked up his first offer last week. "I got an offer from Ohio last Tuesday, I think," Hinz said. "I was pretty speechless about it. I was really excited about getting the offer." Hinz said that there are a couple of things that he immediately... Recommended Stories

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