Prince hopes to visit Virginia, Maryland

Damian Prince has a year and a half before he has to sign with a college and he doesn't appear to be in any rush.
The 6-foot-7, 300-pound offensive tackle from Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara is up to 16 offers and will likely stay close to home for most of the summer.
"I'm going to pretty much focus on my upcoming football season," Prince said this weekend. "I might do a couple of local visits like UVa, since they're just an hour and a half away. I'll probably go to Maryland again. I don't know about any camps. If I do any camps I might do a one-day camp at Clemson or something like that.
"Honestly I don't want to do a whole lot of running around to different places this summer. I'm focusing on our season."
When it comes to favorites Prince is also taking his time.
"No, I don't really have any early favorites because I haven't been able to go through the recruiting process as much as some other people," he explained. "Coaches haven't been able to really talk to me and I haven't been able to do a lot yet.
"I guess once I'm able to take more visits I should know who I like more."
Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Michigan and Ohio State are just some of the schools that have offered Prince.