Andre McDonald reconsidering U of M

Mr. Football finalist Andre McDonald is reconsidering his college options. The 6-foot-3, 200 pound wide receiver from Hopkins previously committed to Vanderbilt, but has since dropped his commitment. He is scheduled to visit the University of Minnesota on January 13.
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Mr. Football finalist Andre McDonald is reconsidering his college options. The 6-foot-3, 200 pound wide receiver from Hopkins previously committed to Vanderbilt, but has since dropped his commitment. He is scheduled to visit the University of Minnesota on January 13.

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