2010 Maryland LB discusses two camps

Wheaton (Mary.) Good Counsel has been home to some talented prospects over the years and it's home to one of the state's top linebackers in the class of 2010. Troy Gloster recently attended two camps and spoke about his experiences.
The 5-foot-11, 209-pound rising junior got good reviews at the Buckeye Super 100 and should see his stock begin to rise.
"We've gone to a couple of 7-on-7 tournaments, at River Hill and Frederick," he recalled. "I also went up to Wake Forest for a one-day camp with Mike Campanaro, who is committed to Wake Forest, and E.J. Scott, one of my teammates.

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"I actually just got back from Maryland (on Tuesday). I may be going to Syracuse for a day and that will probably be it. I think I did pretty well. There was a lot of good competition there and they had me at outside linebacker. I talked to my position coaches and met a couple of other coaches. It was good."
Does he have any favorites at this stage?
"Well, I like Maryland," he explained. "My brother goes to Maryland, and I also like Pittsburgh. I'm very close to their new wide receivers coach because he was at Maryland last year. I was supposed to go up there for a day. I also have some interest in Syracuse.
"My dream school has been North Carolina, though. I used to like their basketball team a lot and right now it looks like their football team is on the rise."
Gloster said he plans on working on his agility and speed over the summer. He is working out with his teammates from Good Counsel on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
He also earned MVP honors at the National Underclassmen Combine for his play at linebacker.