Chett Munden commits to UNT


Marshall offensive lineman Chett Munden committed to UNT on Monday night following a weekend visit to Denton for the Mean Green’s annual Friday Night Lights camp.

“I loved it,” Munden said. “It felt like home. I had to talk to my head coach before I committed. I talked to him and called the UNT coaches this evening.”

Munden, who is 6-foot-7 and 305 pounds, was a first-team All-District 14-4A selection as a junior. UNT offensive line coach Mike Simmonds recruited Munden, who projects as a tackle on the college level.

Munden said he chose UNT over an offer from Louisiana-Monroe. Here are his Hudl highlights.

Munden visited UNT earlier this summer during an event reserved for the Mean Green’s top recruiting targets.

Munden developed a friendship with Converse Judson offensive lineman Abdul Beecham during that weekend event. Both returned to UNT for the Mean Green’s Friday night camp, where Beecham committed. Munden joined UNT’s class three days later.

“Abdul and I have been talking since June,” Munden said. “When he committed it made me want to commit even more. I figured I would do it instead of waiting. I could go ahead and relax.”

For more on Munden, see Wednesday’s edition of the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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