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The Rounds Continue for Jenkins

The college coaches continue to filter into Good Counsel to visit with All-Met linebacker Jelani Jenkins.

Yesterday it was assistant coaches from UCLA, Stanford, Wake Forest and Michigan State, which was represented by Ted Gill -- "an old friend coming through since 1970," Good Counsel Coach Bob Milloy said.

On Monday, Penn State's Ron Vanderlinden and Larry Johnson were at the Olney school. Last week, Michigan, Notre Dame and Virginia were among those to come through.

While Jenkins already has been to a handful of schools in the region, Milloy expects the player to take three recruiting trips this summer as he attempts to narrow his choices: one to the sunshine state to visit Florida and Miami; one to the West Coast to see UCLA, USC and Stanford; and one to the rust belt, for Ohio State, Michigan and Notre Dame.

"He's going to go there and check them all out and hopefully he'll have a feeling and like one of them more than the others," Milloy said.

By Josh Barr  | April 30, 2008; 10:08 AM ET
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