TE Plans To Visit UM in Jan.

When you're 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds playing wide receiver at the high school level, you better get used to creating mismatches. That's how Drew Gloster feels.

"I feel like because of my combination of size and speed that I can create them," Gloster said. "A lot of teams try to double team me and things like that but I just gotta go out and play hard and do what I can."

As Drew Gloster and his Wheaton (Md.) Good Counsel teammates prepare for the state playoffs, he's been having a big senior season. Offensively, he has 400 yards receiving and three scores and on defense he's added 25 tackles and three sacks.

On the recruiting front, four schools continue to stand out to him. It's likely that he'll end up at one of those four.

"It's Virginia Tech, Maryland, Georgia, and Miami," he said. "They're all playing well. They all have great football programs and they're all using their tight ends."

Gloster has three official visits lined up so far -- Virginia Tech (Dec. 2), Georgia (Dec. 9), and Mayland (Dec. 16). He is trying to set something up in January with Miami.

"I look at Miami and as a tight end you can't help but be impressed with how they use their tight ends there," he said. "They're like the premier tight end school in all of college football. It would be exciting to be a part of that and to help carry on the tradition. They have a big game coming up with Tech and I'll be sure to watch it closely."

Gloster mentioned how all four of the schools on his list are actively involving the tight end in their respective offenses this season.

"All of them are," he said. "They're all talented and they're all being utilized. That's something I've been impressed with from all four of them. Right now, though, I'd say Virginia Tech has a slight edge. I just gotta take these visits and make sure what's best for me."

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