Oxon Hill Junior OL Impresses At Big Show

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Oxon Hill High School (Oxon Hill, Md.) is starting to produce some good young talent again, under local coaching icon Craig Jeffries, now in his third year at the nearby Prince George’s County school.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Oxon Hill High School (Oxon Hill, Md.) is starting to produce some good young talent again, under local coaching icon Craig Jeffries, now in his third year at the nearby Prince George’s County school.

Two weeks ago, sophomore standout receiver Daniel George came to UMD’s 7-on-7 camp, and by day’s end he had a Terps offer. Then last week, on June 27, another underclassman camped at UMD – for the Big Show Camp – and also impressed.

2017 offensive guard/center Stefan Touani didn’t quite land an offer yet, but he is firmly on UMD’s radar.

“Camp went really well for me. The coach really liked me, Coach [Greg Studrawa] Stud, the offensive line coach, and I am going to come back for their opening football game this fall,” said Touani, a 6-2, 300-pounder. “I don’t have any offers yet, but Maryland and Rutgers are recruiting me the most right now.”

So far this summer, the big man has camped, or taken unofficials, to Maryland, Rutgers, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Clemson and Penn State.

“Maryland, I just like the coaching staff. And I like the fact it is just 30 minutes from my home. My family can come to the games if I choose to come here,” Touani said.

Touani also impressed the week before at Maryland’s Big Man Camp, “and they thought I dominated then, and they said I dominated again this time,” he said.

Touani added, “I am very confident a Maryland offer may come soon” at the center position.

“And me and Daniel (George), we are planning to try and go to the same school, though he is a year younger than me,” Touani said. “And Coach Stud, he said he really likes my feet and my power, especially my punches.”

Growing up, Touani said he never followed much college football, but loves the Baltimore Ravens professionally.

“But now I am getting more into colleges as my recruiting picks up,” Touani said.

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