Scholarship Tally Builds for A.J. Wallace

<p>The amount of attention paid to Maryland athlete <strong>A.J. Wallace</strong> continues to grow. Now that the evaluation period has started, that interest has manifested itself in the form of programs visiting school. </p> <p>The Michigan Wolverines evidently wasted no time in making their way to McDonough, Maryland, High School.</p> <p>GoBlueWolverine spoke to Wallace last (Tuesday) night about the visit.</p>

The scholarship bombardment continues for McDonough High CB/RB A.J. Wallace and the talented athlete is now up to well over twenty offers, including Michigan.

Wallace has already made spring visits to Nebraska and Virginia and will likely attend Maryland's spring game. Most of those that he hasn't had an opportunity visit (as well as those that have) will be lining up on high school doorstep to show their interest.

"Nebraska and Connecticut came in yesterday and Michigan came today," Wallace told GBW. "Coach English came in but I was only allowed to speak with him briefly. I've spoken to him before though. He's real cool. He was up front with me when we talking. He seems like a good guy."

Wallace recently told Scout.com national recruiting analyst Allen Wallace that Florida, Nebraska, Virginia and Virginia Tech were probably recruiting him the hardest at that point. That said, the two-way star continues to insist that he hasn't yet begun to trim down his list. "I haven't even started to narrow things down any yet," Wallace said of the number of schools he is considering. "I'll probably narrow it down this summer."

In the meantime Wallace is contemplating attending a few summer camps and Ann Arbor may be one of his destinations (he does have some family in the Detroit area).

"Michigan has talked to me about coming to the their camp so I may do that, but other than that I don't know where I might be going," he said.


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