Spring Valley High School (SC) started two-a-day practices yesterday. Led by defensive end Mack Frost and offensive lineman Leon Hart, Spring Valley has the potential for a truly special season.
Frost, who is one of the best defensive end prospects on the East coast, is putting off his recruiting process to focus on helping his team reach their ultimate goal.
“I have about twelve offers,” said Frost. “I’m wide open right now – I just want to concentrate on trying to win a state championship. That’s what I’m focused on right now. I’ll probably take my official visits after the season.”
After visiting five camps this summer, Frost learned some new techniques he thinks will help him become an even more dangerous player. He hopes to use his newfound moves against the opposition.
“I learned a couple of pass rushing techniques,” said Frost. “I will work on those for this season. We just started two-a-days, so I can start practicing them.”
Frost’s camp experiences were all good ones, and he did not mention any one trip that stood out among the rest.
“I went to camps at Virginia, Maryland, Florida, Auburn, and South Carolina,” said Frost, who has received offers from all five of those schools. “The Maryland and Auburn visits were more to see the schools than anything else. All of the experiences were about the same. They were all very good.”
Virginia is still recruiting Frost very hard and figures to still be very much in the mix to receive an official visit.
“Coach London is my main recruiter,” said Frost. “I’ve spoken to him a lot. Coach Groh has also been writing to me a lot. I liked my Virginia camp experience. I haven’t decided which schools I want to visit though.”
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