DE Mack Frost
6-5, 230, 4.65
Spring Valley High School
Columbia, South Carolina
Spring Valley (SC) defensive end Mack Frost is open to all and knows what he wants in a school.
"South Carolina, Clemson, Maryland, Duke, and Vanderbilt have offered. Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, LSU, and Oregon are just a few of the schools that I am interested in right now. I am just interested in everybody that writes."
Frost finished his junior season with 77 tackles, 6 sacks, and four pass breakups, and has two goals for his collegiate choice.
"I want to major in computer science, so I need a great education and a way to get to the next level and play on Sundays."
Mack attended junior days at both Clemson and South Carolina this spring and he also visited the Georgia Bulldogs for their spring just a few weeks ago. He also projects as a full qualifier with a 3.6 GPA with a 1080 on the SAT.
Leading the Tigers' recruiting efforts is Brad Scott, while South Carolina's Skip Holtz heads up the effort for the Gamecocks.
Frost is teammates with fellow prospect Leon Hart, who most people consider to be one of the top two offensive linemen in the state of South Carolina. We will continue to keep you updated on Mack Frost, right up through signing day 2004.
Frost Picking Up Serious Offers
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