ATH Greg Boone
6-3, 265, 4.6
Oscar F. Smith High School
"I don't have my list down yet," says the 6-foot-3, 265 pounder. "I should have that out by the middle of next week."
"I don't know who all will be on there just yet. Maryland, Pittsburgh, North Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Syracuse, Penn State, East Carolina, Connecticut, and I can't think of the rest that are in the running."
Boone has not talked to any coaches about lining up official visits as of yet, but he knows what he wants to look at on the visits.
"The coaching staff, how they treat you, what I'm going to major in (undecided), and the health of the program."
While many schools are recruiting Boone as a signal-caller, he says should they want him as an athlete it will not affect his decision.
"Not really. I want to play quarterback, but if that doesn't work out, I would like to switch (positions)."
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