Flack Eyes Maryland

2012 prospect Michael Flack is using his junior season to impress college coaches.

At 6-foot-1, 205-pounds, Michael Flack is a physical specimen on the field. The stud wide receiver for Walt Whitman High School has blown up in his junior year, already amassing four touchdown, and 350 yards. This superb play has paid off for Flack, as he has already drawn interest from University of Maryland, and University of Connecticut.

Although early in the recruitment process for the recruit, he has had an early liking for the University of Maryland, “I’ve always wanted a big school,” said Flack. “I want good sports across the board, I really like that Maryland has that.” Flack was undeniably impressed when he attended a University of Maryland football game earlier this season, “I had a great time at the game. It was an unbelievable atmosphere, something I would love to be a part of.

Flack believes he can excel in Maryland’s offense, citing his size and downfield ability as something he is convinced can make the Terps a much better team, “I’m not the fastest kid, but I can definitely burn some defenders,” Flack explained. “I’m working on my speed so that I can stretch the field more. Recently, I have been relying on my hands and my knowledge of the position in order to be defenses.”

There are a number a factors that will eventually work into Flack’s future commitment; academics being one of high importance, “I may be a football player, but I am a student first. I would love a school that can give me an education that I can use after football,” said Flack

The junior receiver knows he has a lot of time left to make his decision, but has been very happy with the interest he has drawn thus far, “I’ve been blessed that I already have schools looking at me,” stated Flack. Flack hopes that a big end of the season for his Walt Whitman Vikings will show his talents to more coaches, “I’m focusing on our season right now, I really want to win the state title. If that happens, I hope to take advantage of the big stage, and show some college programs what I can offer.”

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