Perhaps it’s time for NDSU to bring in former head coach and Harvey native Rocky Hager for some ol’ fashion Harvey Hornet touch. NDSU has offered Harvey quarterback-safety MJ Stumpf. He’s 6-foot-2,Â 195 pounds who Harvey head coach Brad Sandy calls the most physical player he’s ever coached. “He’s a hitter,” Sandy said. “The kid is for real. Anybody who has played us knows who No. 12 is.”
Stumpf passed for 1,342 yards and ran for 660 more, but it appears the Bison want him more as an outside linebacker. As a safety, he had six interceptions.
There’s more to Harvey, too. Tucker Nordby, a 6-6, 240-pound lineman, is getting the Division I attention, too. He’s been offered by UND and has been to the University of Minnesota’s camp. Sandy said to his knowledge NDSU has yet to offer. Nordby had 19 receptions as a tight end for 346 yards and seven quarterback sacks on defense.