Abraham Kromah - Tottenville S holding one

At 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds Abraham Kromah (Tottenville HS, Staten Island, NY) has the quintessential measurables one looks for in a Safety at the next level. Kromah, a standout on the offensive and defensive side of the ball at nearby Tottenville HS currently holds one offer and is receiving significant interest from a number of schools.

Abraham Kromah (6-foot-1 205-pounds) plays both WR and S at Tottenville HS in Staten Island, NY.  Kromah, who has camped at both Rutgers and Maryland this past summer, has been timed at a 4.6 in the 40-yard dash.  Kromah was an All-Borough selection that caught 21 passes for 400 yards, and five touchdowns.  Defensively, he registered 42 tackles, while picking off three passes.

Kromah received his first written offer in early June, from Duke.  Coach Jerry Azzinaro (Co-Defensive Coordinator) is recruiting Kromah for the Blue Devils.

"Coach Azzinaro is probably one of my favorites so far.  I've never met a recruiter that is more straightforward than him and I really believe he is an honest man."

At this time Duke stands firmly atop Kromah's favorites list.  However, several other schools are showing the local tri-state area product significant interest, including Rutgers.

"Coach Flood is recruiting me from Rutgers.  He is a real nice person and he likes to keep in touch.  He seems like a real good recruiter."  Indeed, Kromah indicated that Coach Flood does have a sort of personal touch that separates him from others in a similar position.

Kromah did camp at Rutgers this past June and had an opportunity to see the campus and nearby surroundings.

"It's [Rutgers] a really nice campus.  As for the facilities, they have some of the best I have ever seen around," stated Kromah.

Kromah's list of suitors extends beyond just the aforementioned schools.  Also showing interest are Michigan State, Virginia, Penn State, Syracuse, and Boston College.

With Kromah currently placing Duke on top of his leader board, should fans expect a commitment any time soon?

"I really haven't thought about it too much.  When I do decide to commit I will, but I can't really predict if it will be early or not."

At the very top of Kromah's list of attributes that he is looking for in a school are its academics.  This should come as no surprise to anyone that has met with or talked to the well-spoken standout from Staten Island.  Courteous to a fault, Kromah is keenly aware of his primary duty while attending college.

"Academics are my number one priority.  I want to graduate.  That is not an option for me - I have to graduate.  My parents expect certain things of me and I expect certain things of myself."

"Team chemistry and nice coaches are also important to me," stated Kromah.

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