"I am going to Florida on Saturday, and that will be my last camp," says the 6-foot-5, 230 pounder who also visited several other camps. "South Carolina was great, but I got to spend more time up at Virginia since I spent the night. I went to Maryland too, but I did not participate."
While Frost does not have a leader, he says that three teams should get an official visit this fall.
"I do not have any favorites right now. When I have more time to think about it, like in September, I will decide on my favorites after the visits. Virginia, Maryland, and South Carolina will definitely get an official visit. Florida may too, but I want to see the campus on Saturday first."
Frost wants to wait until late in the recruiting process before he commits.
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