P.J. Fleck may of not had the season he expected on the field but off the field in the world of recruiting, his vision is coming along just fine.

In essentially his first full recruiting class at the University of Minnesota, Fleck has landed four, 4 star commits which is the first time ever that has happened for the Gophers since ESPN started their ranking system.

The latest addition to the Gophers is an absolute giant Australian who was highly sought after by some of the nations top programs.

Daniel Faalele turned down the likes of LSU, Alabama and other top programs in order to join Fleck at Minnesota.

The 6'8, 350 pound lineman from Melbourne, Australia hadn't played organized football until he landed at the IMG Academy but has all the potential in the world along with the measurables to go with it.

According to ESPN, Faalele will join IMG Academy teammates Curtis Dunlap Jr. who is a ESPN top 300 prospect and quarterback Zack Annexstad who have already committed to the Gophers.