Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina boasts at least three of South Carolina’s top prospects in defensive end Anthony Davis, offensive lineman Leon Hart, and defensive end Mack Frost . While Davis is a rising prospect who displays great potential, Hart and Frost are considered two of South Carolina’s top five prospects.
Frost, a phenomenal athlete who is 6-5, 230 pounds, and runs a legit 4.7 in the 40, will camp this summer at the University of Virginia. Though he has not yet received an official offer, he is receiving heavy interest from the Cavaliers.
“UVA has shown a lot of interest,” said Frost, who is being recruited by new tight ends coach Andy Heck. “They have not offered yet. I will camp there along with Georgia, South Carolina, and Maryland. I have received offers from South Carolina, Clemson, Maryland, Duke, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, and UNC.”
Often double teamed as a junior, Frost still recorded 82 tackles, including five sacks and 12 quarterback hurries. He earned all-state honors for his junior year performance. His greatest asset is his athletic ability. Frost is extremely quick off the edge and has great closing speed, making him a dangerous pass rusher.
“My strength is my pass rushing ability,” said Frost. “I have good speed off the end.”
Currently, Frost claims to be wide open in terms of favorite schools. He has an idea of what he is looking for in a school, yet wants to take care of business his senior season before he seriously considers which school he will attend.
“After my [senior] season’s over, that’s when I will start to think about recruiting,” said Frost, who has unofficially visited Clemson and went to Georgia for its Spring Game. “Right now, I’m wide open. I don’t really have any preferences – it doesn’t matter to me if I stay in state or not. I’m looking for a school with good academics, coaches, and a good defense.”
Looking ahead towards his senior season, Frost is excited about the opportunity to continue playing with his talented teammates. Having such a great supporting cast enables him to focus on what he needs to do at his position.
“It’s fun [playing with such a talented defensive group],” said Frost. “It’s good to know you can count on the person next to you to make plays.”
As the Cavaliers need athletic defensive line players for next year’s class, Frost will likely be one of their top targets in the class of 2004. He has the potential to be one of the most sought...
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