South Carolina’s top-ranked defensive end prospect recently completed camp visits to three of the schools on his list.
“The week before last, I went up to Virginia and Maryland,” said Spring Valley’s Mack Frost. “And I just got back from camp at Florida this Saturday and Sunday.”
Asked how he rated the camps, Frost said:
“Virginia was nice. I liked the atmosphere there and the D-Ends coach, (Mike) London, was really impressive. I liked working with him.
“Maryland’s whole coaching staff impressed me. They’re really energetic and have a lot of knowledge. I learned a lot at both of those places.
“I had a great time at Florida. I saw some really good competition there. The O-Linemen were really good. I can’t really remember many names, but they were impressive. I held my own with them. Coach (Charlie) Strong and coach (Ron) Zook said they were impressed with me. They liked how I played and how I ran in the 40.”
Frost (6-5, 235) was timed at 4.7 on a relatively slow surface.
He has scholarship offers from all three of the schools which he camped. Auburn, Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina, Duke, Vanderbilt, Kentucky and Wake Forest have also offered. He’s receiving steady interest from Tennessee and N.C. State.
“I still don’t have a favorite,” Frost said. “I’ll probably try to narrow that down in another month or so. I’m trying to get to Auburn for one more unofficial visit this weekend coming up, then I’ll start thinking about who’s going to be on my main list.”
As a junior, Frost recorded 77 tackles, 10 pass break-ups and seven sacks to earn all-region and team MVP honors.
He’s also a very strong student, maintaining a 3.3 GPA and a 1080 on the SAT.