Ga. LB to Camp at UNC

Edward Muldrow plans on camping at his three favorite schools.

He'll be making stops at Clemson, North Carolina, and South Carolina this summer.

"Those schools seem like they fit me the best – that's what I'm looking at the most right now," Muldrow said. "I just want to try and separate those three a little bit more."

A dozen schools have offered Muldrow a scholarship, including all three favorites, Florida State, Illinois, Mississippi, Mississippi State, and West Virginia. However, the 6-foot-3, 188-pound linebacker from Snellville (Ga.) South Gwinnett appears to be exclusively focused on Clemson, UNC, and South Carolina.

"Pretty much, all three schools are going to be a really good situation to go into," Muldrow said. "All three offer the opportunity to play as a freshman, instead of sitting the bench."

Muldrow aims to make a verbal commitment by the end of the summer. The three aforementioned visits will have a major influence on that decision.

"I want to see where I can see myself being at the best," Muldrow said.

Muldrow hasn't set plans for either trip. But, he figures to schedule each during a camp, so that he can work out in-front of the coaching staffs.

"I want to show the coaches how I move and what I can do in-person," Muldrow said.

Muldrow has made prior visits to Clemson and South Carolina. He has also visited Florida State, Georgia, and Georgia Tech.

Art Kaufman, UNC's linebackers coach, is recruiting Muldrow for the Tar Heels. He has yet to make an evaluation trip to South Gwinnett.

South Carolina is Muldrow's only favorite school to have representatives visit South Gwinnett during the Evaluation Period.

Just about every school projects Muldrow as an outside linebacker.

"Most schools are looking at me as a linebacker, because they said my frame can hold about 230 [pounds]," Muldrow said.

Muldrow didn't begin playing linebacker until last season. He started at free safety and wide receiver for South Gwinnett during his sophomore season.

"I think [they moved me to linebacker] because of how I like to run up and hit a little bit more than most safeties," Muldrow said. "I can still cover, but I enjoyed the freedom of linebacker."

Muldrow ended his junior season with 80 tackles and five sa

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