York (Pa.) Penn offensive lineman Richard Muldrow, at 6-foot-6 and 293-pounds, is hard to miss whether he is working out at college football camps or just talking to coaches.
He participated in team camp at West Virginia, then on Wednesday went to Maryland for the last day of the Terrapins camp, but did not work out. Muldrow had previously been to Maryland, and this time just met with the coaching staff.
"I'm going to go to Georgia Tech and workout either July 8 or July 15," Muldrow said. "I'm going to Georgia and walk around and meet with the coaches.
"On the way back I'm going to stop at North Carolina, North Carolina State and Virginia."
Muldrow, one of the top offensive line prospects in the Keystone state, has scholarship offers from many of the schools he is interested in.
Among the schools that have offered are West Virginia, Boston College, Maryland, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Temple and Cincinnati.
"I have 11 offers," he said. "I'd have to say I have not narrowed things down to a list.
"But a sampling would be West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Boston College, Miami, Penn State, Virginia, and Pitt."
Many prospects like to get the recruiting process over before the start of their senior football season. However Muldrow is not likely to do that.
"I'd probably say I'll take all five official visits and decide after my season," he said.
Muldrow is working to improve his speed and quickness, but shows potential to be a very good one at the next level. He dominates at times and graded out at 90% blocking efficiency during his junior season.