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Thursday and Friday were very busy days for five-star Damian Prince. The offensive tackle from Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara saw four different college coaches come to his school before leaving for the airport Friday morning for his official visit to South Carolina.
On Thursday coaches from Florida, Maryland and Auburn met with Prince. Coach Summers, the offensive lien coach from Florida, met with Prince at his home in the morning.
"It went well. Coach Summers came up and we talked football for a little while," said the 6-foot-5, 292-pounds. "He is big on technique. We used to talk on the phone and through email. This was the first time that we have met face to face so it was good to put a name with the face."
Later on Thursday, Prince met with coaches from Maryland and Auburn.
"Coach Locksley just wanted to come say hey after the dead period," he said. "Nothing has changed with Maryland. We didn't really talk too much about football. All of my top three schools are equal right now. Maryland and I are good.
"Coach Lashlee came to the school," Prince said. "That was first time meeting him and we talked about everything from football to family and school and grades. He was definitely a good guy. I like that he runs the offense.
"He told me that he that they need offensive linemen because their left tackle is going to the draft," he said. "They haven't taken enough offensive linemen right now. It is a possibility that I visit down there."
On Friday morning, before he left for the airport, one of the new Penn State coaches visited Prince at his school
"I stopped at the school this morning before I left for the airport," said Prince. "Coach Donovan came by and he was cool. He has been at Maryland and was at Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech. He explained to me what kind of offense they are going to run. It was definitely a good talk and there is a possibility that I take an unofficial visit to Penn State. I think coach Franklin is going to come down next week."
Prince's top three schools are South Carolina, Florida and Maryland. South Carolina is scheduled to host Prince on an official visit during the weekend of January 17.
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