"We are just completely happy right now," says Christian's mother Donna Varner. "He wanted me to be there so bad that he made sure I came to see everything going on. He is staying there to meet the players with a few other players."
According to Mrs. Varner, she saw Christian's name on a board with three other players whose names were underlined.
"There were three other names up there, but I was the only parent there. I could tell he was extremelly happy about the commitment, and so am I."
In Varner, the Terrapins have a very athletic player who projects as a cornerback at the next level and ran a 4.41 at the Penn State Nike Camp.
Randallstown HS (MD)
5-11, 180, 4.4
Varner commits to the Terps
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