Stanton senior Sutton Pohlman signed a national letter of intent Monday morning to play football at Chadron State College.
While leading the Mustangs to quarterfinals in the Class D1 playoffs, Pohlman rushed for 1,220 yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground. He had nearly 1,800 all purpose yards. Defensively, Pohlman led the Mustangs with 93 tackles, including 66 solo.
The son of Shad and Amy Pohlman, the RHOP recipient plans to complete his undergraduate at Chadron State College and then move onto medical school at UNMC to become a doctor.
“I want to be a doctor and live in rural Nebraska. I want to help out people just like me,” Pohlman said with a smile. “I like rural Nebraska and farming, so I definitely see that as part of my future, too. I like the medical field and want to learn more about it and see where that takes me.”
Pohlman was also selected for the 63rd annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl football game scheduled for June 5 at Nebraska-Kearney's Cope Stadium/Foster Field.