"So far, I only have one camp scheduled," said Knowshon Moreno, a member of the East Hot 100. "I'm going to Georgia on July 8th and 9th. I am really looking forward to the chance to talk to the coaches face to face and see the campus."
While Moreno has plenty of good options, he's not ready to narrow them down just
"I don't really have a favorite or a leader. I plan on trimming my lest
down to five schools before the season starts. I've gotten offers from Georgia, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Michigan."
Moreno and his teammates have been busy getting ready for the 2005 season.
"Right now as a team we are lifting weights. we lift every Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday from nine to eleven in the morning. We will start conditioning and
getting into shape the week after the fourth of July."
Moreno isn't ready to give anything away, but taking a look at a list of summer
camps is usually a good indicator for who a player is looking at the hardest.
Right now, that list stands at one.
East's #2 Running Back Camping with Dawgs
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