Rising junior wide receiver Christopher Sharp of Princeton (N.J.) Hun School is hearing from a number of schools and attended and ACC camp last weekend. He also has close ties to another ACC program, which graduated both of his parents.
"I have a couple of coaches talking," said Sharp, who is 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds. "Stanford seems to be really interested. Primarily the schools that showed up during our spring are showing interest. Boston College and Michigan State to name a few."
Last week Sharp had the opportunity to check out another program.
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"I attended Wake Forest last week. I had a great time," said Sharp. "There was a corner back there with 4.4 speed and I got singled out by the coaches to go head-to-head at the end of the camp. I was very happy with how the day went. You always want to compete against the best."
This weekend Sharp will hit the road again to attend a camp at Temple, plus he mentioned that he would like to visit Georgia Tech and Stanford when possible.
Pittsburgh is another school that Sharp is already familiar with.
"That is where my parents graduated from," he said. "Now that they are in the ACC, I'd love to hear from them."
This off-season has worked to improve several parts of his game.
"I'm working on my footwork and explosiveness," said Sharp. "I've been running, lifting and reading books."