Keystone State OT visits Maryland

Huge Camp Hill (Pa.) Trinity offensive tackle R.J. Dill holds one offer from Maryland. The 6-foot-8, 295-pounder recently took a trip to College Park to see what the Terrapins have to offer.
"It's been kind of slow, but I did go to Maryland's junior day on February 25th," he stated. "It was a good trip. I got to meet with coach Friedgen which was interesting. I had a one on one meeting with him and I liked it, he's all about business. Basically he gave me a speech about academics and then I asked him about playing time. He told me I'll likely sit out a year because most offensive linemen do."
The visit isn't the last one for Dill this spring.

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"At the end of the month, I'm going to Michigan," he said. "I'm planning to go to the Elite College Combine in May, the Columbus Nike Camp on April 15th and the Penn State Nike Camp."
The Keystone State lineman continues to receive interest from Michigan State, Iowa, Purdue and Illinois. Does he have any favorites?
"Right now Maryland is the only offer I have, that sticks out over anybody else. I don't have a clear favorite," he said. "Growing up, I lived in seven places and am not a fan of anybody. I lived in Georgia, Connecticut, Washington, California, Virginia and Pennsylvania. I can say I like Pennsylvania the most of all the areas because I've been here the longest."