Nobody Cooling on Frost
"I like that the entire Virginia staff came to see me and Leon Hart," says the 6-foot-5, 230 pounder. "They played South Carolina the next day and they decided to come see us. I think they were also able to see Anthony Davis."
Frost was able to make that game the next day and came away impressed withSouth Carolina and the atmosphere of the game, but is not able to differentiate between his top schools.
"My favorites are Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Auburn, Florida, NC State, Georgia, and Tennessee.
"The new team on my list is NC State. I like where their program is going, and they had a good game against Ohio State."
Hopefully Frost's Spring Valley team will be able to turn their program around as well, but at the moment they are 1-2 on the season and he is not playing to his full potential either.
"I had a high ankle sprain, and it is getting better. I think it is about ninety percent right now."
Frost would like to take his visits at the end of the season, and plans to visit schools that have offered him. At the moment, all of his favorites except Georgia and Tennessee have done just that.
(Spring Valley HS)
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