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McFeely blog: Bison get TE transfer from Northern State

Jacob Streit joins brother Joshua, a basketball player, at NDSU

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Jacob Streit will transfer from Northern State to North Dakota State. Northern State Athletics photo
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FARGO — North Dakota State added a tight end transfer and it's a Bison family affair.
Jacob Streit announced on Twitter he committed to NDSU after spending five years at Northern State, an NCAA Division II school in Aberdeen, S.D.
He will have two years of eligibility remaining.
Streit's younger brother Joshua is a freshman on the Bison men's basketball team. The family is from Watkins, Minn.

Streit is listed as 6-foot-4, 215 pounds. He will have to add at least 25 pounds if he hopes to be in the mix for playing time with Bison, who use their tight ends as offensive linemen who can also catch passes.
He had 11 catches for 105 yards and three touchdowns for the Wolves in 2021, who finished 7-4 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.
Streit redshirted in 2017 before starting all 11 games for the Wolves in 2018. He was named second team all-conference after tallying 689 receiving yards and six touchdowns.
Streit received a medical redshirt in 2019. Division II canceled its season in 2020 because of the COVID pandemic.

Mike McFeely is a columnist for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began working for The Forum in the 1980s while he was a student studying journalism at Minnesota State University Moorhead. He's been with The Forum full time since 1990, minus a six-year hiatus when he hosted a local radio talk-show.
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