As reported by IrishEyes on Wednesday, Maurice Stovall, a 6-foot-5, 215 pound, wide receiver from Philadelphia (Archbishop Carroll) has narrowed his college choices to two schools.
"Right now, it's between Virginia and Notre Dame," Stovall said. "I've visited both schools and I've also visited Michigan. I don't plan on taking any more visits.
I plan on breaking everything down and having a decision by Monday. I'm going to base my decision on where I think I fit in and where I feel most comfortable."
Stovall has a tough decision in front of him. He has good things to say about both favorites.
"Virginia has a very good recruiting class and a beautiful campus. Notre Dame has the prestige and tradition. It's going to be a tough decision."
Any advice for the juniors out there that will be highly recruited next year?
"Keep your grades up and take at least three official visits before making a decision." Stovall said.
Stovall is considered the best wide receiver in Pennsylvania and he's among the nations elite prospects.
Stovall Eyes the Irish
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