"I just committed to Maryland," says the 6-foot-5, 230 pounder. "It's where I felt the most comfortable, and somewhere I can see myself thriving for the next several years."
Frost did not plan on committing anywhere before today, and with the number of schools coming through his school it could have only made him more confused.
"It just happened today when they came over. A couple of schools came through the school today, but Maryland is the school I felt the most at home. They came both to my house and they were at school. I committed to them at home with my parents. I decided tonight after talking with my coach and my parents."
With other top talents still on the board and just a few spots left, the Terp coaches are being upfront with all their prospects, including Frost. Derrick Harvey, the number three defensive end in the nation, is still on the board and Frost is well aware of the situation.
"They're not taking any more defensive ends except maybe Derrick Harvey. Me and him went to camp together, so I know him pretty well. They said if they take two defensive ends, it would be the two of us, and I would be fine with that."
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