Video Interview: 2011 DT David Dean
Rising junior defensive tackle prospect David Dean is slowly picking up steam and still has two years left in the recruiting process to compile offers. Dean says he has already been told by Louisville that when he officially becomes a junior in September that they will offer. Dean is also being recruited by a number of schools in the ACC, including Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Maryland. Dean also recently visited the University of Maryland and spoke very highly of the school in his interview below.
Keep an eye on this guy, he is still getting bigger, faster, and stronger, and has two more years of the recruiting process. He showed up and held his own as a sophomore at the Scout.com combine in Baltimore and he could end up as a three or four-star recruit when it's all said and done.
Video interview from Green Run High School:
Also take a look at Dean's sophomore season highlights below. He is wearing jersey number 55 and has on green and white in the highlight tape.
Sophomore season highlight tape:
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