"It has been really quiet. Nothing much has changed," says the 6-foot-3, 230 pounder who ran a 4.51 at the Penn State Nike Camp. "Virginia offered after I was at their camp, and that is about it."
While Virginia has entered the mix lately, one team is still number one for his services.
"Maryland is still number one. I will probably make my decision by the end of the summer, and it looks pretty good for them."
Until that time, Covington is ready to prep for the season and practice.
"The fifteenth of August we start practice, and I am ready to go."
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