Daniel Mack is a versatile prospect from Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian. This three-star linebacker prospect plays a variety of positions for his high school that includes running back, fullback, tight end, wide receiver, linebacker and safety. Mack, 6-0 and 187 pounds, says it really doesn't matter to him where he plays.
"Honestly, it really doesn't," Mack said. "I just want to make an impact at whatever team I pick. I think I will end up playing defense simply because I have played there most of my life and I am ahead defensively over what I can do on offense.
"Certainly, versatility is the key to my game. Teams are recruiting me more as an athlete."
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Mack recorded 137 tackles, eight sacks and two interceptions last season as a junior. He also scored nine touchdowns.
According to Mack he has 30 plus scholarship offers and right now Mack is wide open among many schools.
"I am in the process of narrowing things down. I would love to narrow my schools down to five to eight schools by the end of the summer."
While Mack has seen Miami, FSU, Florida, South Florida and Central Florida he is now getting ready to make two out of state visits this week.
"I am getting ready to check out South Carolina and Clemson. It will be the first time to see those schools. I am pretty excited to see the campuses. I already know the coaches pretty well, especially at Clemson. I will be at Clemson on Thursday and South Carolina on Saturday.
"I am really trying to evaluate everyone (that has offered) and get to see some places outside the state of Florida."