Frost Planning Official Visit to Cal

Mathews (N.C.) Butler linebacker/wide receiver Kris Frost has double-digit offers. But the four-star prospect has narrowed his list down to handful of schools. His lone favorite in the West is Cal, where he's planning to officially visit. Check inside for the latest in his recruitment…

Kris Frost (6-3, 210) has around 15 total scholarship offers and says he is focusing on six favorites. Ranked as the No. 19 outside linebacker in the country by, he now favors Auburn, Michigan, California, LSU, Georgia Tech and West Virginia. All of his favorites have offered except for the Mountaineers.

"I'm visiting them in two weeks and I should get an offer while I'm there," Frost said about West Virginia.

The Mountaineers are recruiting him as a wide receiver.

On June 26, Frost will be visiting Georgia Tech. "They've always showed me a lot of interest," he said about the Yellow Jackets. "They're recruiting me real hard. I want to see how I'd fit into their defense."

Georgia Tech is recruiting Frost as a linebacker. California and LSU also want Frost for defense.

"I've never been to California and I definitely plan on taking an official visit there," he said. "I've always been interested in Cal. That's a team that I've always kind of watched and liked."

He says the Bears are recruiting him hard as well.

"They seem very interested in me too," he said. "They run a 4-3 defense and that's what we run at my school and I'd fit in well. That's a great opportunity for me to go in and play."

Frost says he'll be taking an official visit to LSU as well. "Coach Les Miles says that I'll fall in love with LSU the second I get there," he said. "I've heard it's a really beautiful campus and I like how they're always in the running in the SEC."

The only two programs that Frost has already visited are Auburn and Michigan and both are recruiting as a wide receiver.

"I like Auburn a whole lot," he said. "They seem like a real family. They make me feel very welcome and it's a whole lot of fun hanging out with them."

He says that Michigan also has a "family vibe."

"It's a family first place," he said about the Wolverines. "They are very interested in me and believe I could make a real impact there.

"I also love the campus," he said.

Frost also has faith in coach Rich Rodriguez and believes the program is heading in the right direction. "Coach Rod is lifting them up," he said. "I trust he'll have them back on top where they were before."

He does not plan on participating in any camps this summer.

Frost says he'll announce his decision at the U.S. Army All-America game. "It's gonna come down to where I feel the most at home," he said. "I want to go to a place that shows they want me the most."

He reports a 2.5 core GPA and took the SAT on June 5.

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