Gloster takes Maryland unofficial

Four-star tight end Drew Gloster out of Germantown (Md.) Good Counsel took in the West Virginia-Maryland game last weekend. The 6-foot-2, 217-pounder with 4.57-second speed liked what he saw from the unofficial visit.
"You know they hung with West Virginia and they have a pretty young team," he said. "They played smart for the group they have and didn't make too many mistakes. West Virginia just came out on top in the fourth quarter. I liked what I saw out of tight end Vernon Davis because that would be the same position I'd play if I go there. He's an excellent ball player and makes people miss. I like that they send him across the middle and on long balls. They also used him on the kickoff return team and gave him the ball during a reverse. Right now I do returns in high school, so I like that they're utilizing him."
On his visit, Gloster was able to talk with many of the coaches.
"I talked with coach Friegden, Sollazzo, Bossard and Galt," he said. "Coach Galt's boys played at my high school and I'm really close with him and coach Sollazzo has been recruiting me for a while, I always text message with him and I like him a lot."
The Rivals250 prospect confirmed that his top five are Virginia Tech in the lead with other officials going to Maryland, Georgia, Miami and Florida.
"I'll probably take my other three officials sometime in December," he said. "I don't think I'll be committing to Virginia Tech next month on my visit. During the summer I thought about it, but I want to give other schools a chance and then I might see something I like in another school. I want to take all five visits and then commit."
Gloster and Good Counsel dropped their second straight game last weekend to Georgetown Prep in a 21-14 contest.
"It was a tough game and we were up in the third 14-7 and then they went on a 14-0 run and we couldn't push it back up after," he said. "I did ok in the game. I had two runs for 22 yards and two catches for 45 yards and a touchdown. I also added four tackles on defense.
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