Frost Still Open?

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Spring Valley (Columbia, SC) defensive end Mack Frost has received heavy interest from many schools over the past month. With offers from Florida, South Carolina, Auburn, Virginia, Clemson, North Carolina, and Maryland, Frost has decided to concentrate on his senior season before thinking about recruiting.

Nevertheless, he mentioned some schools that are currently on his list of favorites.

“Some of my favorites are Virginia, Maryland, Florida, South Carolina, Clemson, Auburn, and either Georgia or Tennessee,” said Frost. “I’ll probably narrow my list and set visits after my season. Maybe around the middle of November.”

Two of those top schools may have locked up official visits.

“I will definitely take an official to South Carolina,” said Frost. “Maryland will get one too. I’m not sure about the others.”

In terms of Virginia, Frost said he is going to “try to make it” to the Florida State game [on October 18th]. He has been to home games at Clemson, South Carolina (for the Virginia game), and Georgia.

“Those trips were pretty much the same,” said Frost. “They were all good. I like the way the fans always get behind their teams at each school. At Georgia, a lot of the fans knew who you were and were telling recruits to come there. That’s cool, because it feels like the fans are behind you.”

Not much has changed with Mack. Virginia is hoping to land one of his official visits, but South Carolina could be tough to beat in this one.


Spring Valley vs Sumter

Frost leads Spring Valley (3-2) into an important contest versus Sumter (QB William Richardson, OL James Thompson) this weekend. Frost says his team has been playing better following a 1-2 start and expects to control the game.

“I think we’ll beat them like we did last year,” said Frost. “I’m looking forward to going against James Thompson, their offensive lineman.”

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