Former UNH quarterback Max Brosmer announced that he has committed to the University of Minnesota. Brosmer made the announcement last night on his social media accounts.
Brosmer, a Roswell, Ga., native, led FCS in passing yards this season with 3,449 and threw 29 touchdown passes, which ranks second. He completed 64% of his passes and threw six interceptions. Brosmer is a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, given to the top player in FCS.
Brosmer was a three-year starter for the Wildcats. He committed to Minnesota after visiting the school this past weekend. He was rated as a four-star transfer player. Brosmer also had offers from Wake Forest and Western Michigan, among other programs.
Brosmer thanked the UNH staff for giving him an opportunity to play Division One football.
“As I’ve gone through this journey, I have been taught, inspired, and lead by those I consider the most important people in my life. The University of New Hampshire has become home for me and is filled with these people. There aren’t enough words to describe what UNH has done for me and my family and I will forever be a Wildcat. I want to thank the entire Wildcat coaching staff with important note to Coach Mac, Coach Santos, Coach Belcher, and Coach Scott. To my team, what we have built is the foundation and the standard. Hang your hat on that. Be proud, be grateful, be gritty. Lastly, I want to thank my family.”
For his career, Brosmer threw for 8,467 yards and 68 touchdown passes. He had a great career in Durham and now he is taking his talents to a Power 5 school.
We wish Max all the best. He has been a pleasure to cover the past three years.