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Name: Mariano Sori-Marin 
College: Minnesota     Number: 55
Height: 6-2   Weight: 245
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.75
   40 Time: 4.85
  40 High: 4.94
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Height: 6021
Weight: 245

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Mariano Sori-Marin, Minnesota, Player News


  DEC 14 BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Mariano Sori-Marin, Minnesota, Jr., LB, Mokena, Ill./Providence Catholic,...Recorded a career-high 18 tackles (six solo, 12 assisted) Saturday in leading Minnesota to a 24-17 win at Nebraska...Posted the most tackles by a Golden Gopher since Nov. 17, 2018 (Blake Cashman - 20 vs. Northwestern)...Also forced a fumble to help Minnesota to its third win in its last four outings...Claims his first career Defensive Player of the Week honor...Last Minnesota Defensive Player of the Week: Antoine Winfield Jr. (Nov. 11, 2019). - Big Ten Foootball

(DS#78 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Mariano Sori-MarinMinnesota
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  Judging by the schools that showed interest, Mariano Sori-Marin appeared bound for the Ivy League. The linebacker from Providence Catholic High School in New Lenox, Ill., caught the attention of Brown, Cornell, Harvard, Penn and Yale in 2017, and his cerebral approach looked like a good fit with any of those schools. "I like studying," Sori-Marin said. "People think of me as a little bit of a nerd sometimes in academics, and that translates over to football." One person's nerd is another person's student of the game, and that's what Gophers coach P.J. Fleck and his staff found when they recruited Sori-Marin. Three years later, the emerging leader will play a key role for a Minnesota defense hit hard by graduation. "We expect big things out of him, and I know he expects big things out of himself," said Fleck, whose 21st-ranked Gophers open their coronavirus-delayed season Saturday night against No. 18 Michigan at TCF Bank Stadium.

"If there's one person that's going to put more pressure on himself than me, it's going to be Mariano." With three-year starter Thomas Barber graduated and Kamal Martin off to the Green Bay Packers, the Gophers must replace a duo that combined for 429 tackles over the past three seasons. Sori-Marin, a 6-3, 245-pound junior, started seven games last year and showed the versatility to play the Mike (middle), Will (weakside) and Sam (strongside) positions. "Learning from guys like Thomas Barber and Kamal, who were exceptional students of the game - constantly doing film study, teaching me things - I was able to take that and help accelerate my game," said Sori-Marin, whose 42 tackles are most among any returning Gophers linebacker. - Minneapolis Star Tribune


(DS#78 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Mariano Sori-MarinMinnesota
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  As the Gophers prepare to start spring football next week, coach P.J. Fleck said the coaches know there will be some rebuilding, even as they carry the momentum from one of the best seasons in program history - an 11-2 finish, capped by a 31-24 victory over Auburn in the Outback Bowl. "We might even get a little younger on defense. As we have gotten older on offense, now we're coming back to be able to build that defense," Fleck said. "We may be a little younger, a little more inexperienced than we were last year. But as a whole, we have to find a way to be better."

The club lost 15 players to graduation last year, nine on defense. "That's where we're going to need a lot of guys to fill in depth," Fleck said. "The Carter Coughlins are not here anymore, the Kamal Martins and Blake Cashmans and Antoine Winfields are gone, Thomas Barber is gone," Fleck said. "Who are going to be the guys that fill in for those roles? A guy like [junior linebacker] Mariano Sori-Marin, who played last year, is going to have a huge role in what we're going to do. [Redshirt sophomore linebacker] Braelen Oliver, who played a lot last year, is going to have a huge role for us as we continue to go this year. He has matured and stepped up. - Minneapolis Star Tribune


(DS#78 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Mariano Sori-MarinMinnesota
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