Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara offensive tackle Damian Prince is quickly becoming a major recruit for the 2014 recruiting class. The 6-foot-7, 300-pound mammoth has garnered a half dozen scholarships to date and it's unlikely to slow down anytime soon.
"He's got offers from Virginia, Maryland, Syracuse, East Carolina, Rutgers and Buffalo," Bishop McNamara head coach Brice Bevill said of Prince. "He's going to get Iowa, Michigan State will be offering, it's going to literally be a who's who.
"He is going to have 15 to 20 offers going into the spring and another dozen during his junior year. Once it is all said and done this kid literally is going to be one of the top rated offensive linemen, you can just see it. He's that big and athletic."
What is it that stands out?
"He's athletic enough to dunk a basketball," he said. "He's got great feet and is a manchild.
"He's a good football player, but he's an even better young man. He's a solid character kid with good grades."
One thing really stands out above the rest as far as Prince goes.
"It's his maturity," he said. "He's such a mature young man. He's taking all of this in stride and wants to work harder. He wants to get better, be a leader and lead his team, lead the school to a championship."