Does Frost Have a Leader?

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Before last weekend’s visit to South Carolina, the University of Maryland was the slight leader for Mack Frost , an athletic 6-5, 240 pound defensive end from Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina. Following the visit, it appears the Terrapins still hold a slight edge for one of the top defensive end prospects in the East.

“Everything’s still the same,” Frost said. “Maryland’s still my leader. I have more of a relationship with all of the coaches and the players. They really need defensive ends and I thought I fit in real well when I went there.”

Frost was hosted by freshman running back Demetris Summers on his visit to South Carolina. He has been to USC on many different occasions, as the school is only 20-30 minutes from his home. Still, he enjoyed his time.

“The visit went pretty good,” Frost said. “I knew most of things I needed to know already, but I learned
more about the academic part this weekend. It was nice. My host was Demetris Summers, and he showed me some places I have never been to before, and that was fun. He was a fun guy.”

Mack’s next visit will be to Florida this weekend, then he goes to Virginia on January 23rd and Auburn on January 30th. He hopes to announce his decision on or around Signing Day. With respect to the other programs he is considering, Frost mentioned “they are all in the same pack.”

Virginia, led by Mike London and recruiting coach Andy Heck, hope to impress Frost during the official visit. Frost indicated that he likes the two coaches recruiting him from Virginia, and will be able to see how he fits in with the rest of the program on his visit.

“My relationship with the coaches and players at Maryland is better right now, although I have a better relationship with Virginia’s defensive line coach, Coach London, and Coach Heck,” Frost said. “I’ll found out about the rest on my visit.”

It appears the Cavaliers still have a good chance, if they can get Frost in for an official visit. He seems anxious to make all five trips, which is a good sign for the remaining schools. That being said, he seems very comfortable with Maryland right now.