Hears from Two New Programs

Carroll Washington made the trip to San Antonio, Texas this January with a group of other elite recruits from the state of Maryland and was definitely inspired by what he saw as he participated in all activities. Currently he has been sifting from mail from the usual suspects, but two new programs have come into the mix.

Carroll Washington has been an excellent quarterback for Edmondson-Westside High School for the past couple of years, however the 5-foot-11, 170-pound signal caller may be playing the cornerback position at the collegiate level. Recently two new programs came into the mix with Georgia and Virginia, which Washington spoke about with us this weekend.

"A coach from Georgia came into my school and while we only had a few minutes to talk I thought he was a great guy," Washington said. "I always used to watch Georgia when D.J. Shockley was the quarterback and liked their style of play a lot. I know they have a dominating defense and are one of the top programs in the SEC on a yearly basis."

"Coach Anthony Poindexter from Virginia sent me a letter in the mail recently asking me to give him a call," Washington stated. "I don't know much about the Cavaliers, but I'm doing my homework now and plan on getting back to him soon."

Washington completed 58-percent of his passes for 1299 yards and 10 touchdowns to only four interceptions as a sophomore. He also rushed for 300 yards and seven touchdowns, leading his team to a 13-1 record and the Maryland Class AA State Championship. He was selected first-team All-City and honorable mention All-State.

He reports a 40-yard dash of 4.4 and a short shuttle of 4.15 seconds.

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