Recently, Rabasa earned an offer from Maryland, despite the low amount on communication with the Terps so far. I'm very excited about the offer and if I get a chance I would like to go up and visit sometime over the summer. I don't have a list of top schools right now, but I would say I'm very interested in Maryland.
Currently, Rabasa doesn't have any plans for the summer, but they are sure to fall in place eventually, especially after a season in which the junior racked up 85 tackles and 13 sacks. He plans on having his spring season play out before he starts to schedule visits.
Right now I don't have anything planned except probably going over and watching some spring practices at Miami because it's close to my house.
Rabasa holds 8 offers as of now, but that number is sure to increase as recruiting starts to pick up. Two of his main criteria for choosing a school is the amount of playing time and the coaching staff. Playing time is important. It'd be nice to go in and have an impact as a freshman. Good coaches who won't leave are also important to me.
Maryland already has a successor to Head Coach Ralph Friedgen lined up in Offensive Coordinator James Franklin, so that shouldn't be a problem in their recruitment of Rabasa.