Price awaits official offer from the Huskies

A verbal offer is one of the most intriguing aspects of recruiting. At times a verbal offer could mean you will never see an offer in writing, but we're interested and this keeps our foot in the door. A verbal offer can be a miscommunication between a coach and a prospect. There are times when a verbal offer is what it is intended for, letting an athlete know an official written offer is on the way.

Baltimore (Md.) Gilman School running back/cornerback Sean Price (6-1, 205, 4.42) may have one offer or seven, depending upon how you look at it.

"I have a written offer from Duke," Price said. "I have verbal offers from Boston College, Notre Dame, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and Connecticut. I'm expecting written offers from them soon."

As a junior, price ran for 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns in only seven games. He earned first team All-State, and Baltimore Sun All-Metro honors. Price was also named to the "Super 22" team by the Baltimore Touchdown Club.

Price has only taken one unofficial visit and that was to Maryland during the winter of his junior year.

"My trip went well, it was during basketball season and I got to see the North Carolina game," price said. "The facilities were impressive and their academics were outstanding. A lot of the players who have been committing there are kids I play against."

Price admittedly hasn't had time to attend summer camps or take visits.

"Our team was in a few passing camps," he said. ‘I have mostly just been working out at Gilman."


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