New Mexico, K-State in the Local Picture
Those coaching changes at Kansas State (adding former Maryland defensive coordinator Chris Cosh) and New Mexico (where local recruiting mastermind Mike Locksley is now head coach) are already have local repercussions. DeMatha quarterback Tom Chroniger, who most likely will be a safety in college, said that he has received interest from both schools.
Cosh "called me and took my tape out there with him. I'm supposed to be talking to their offensive coordinator tomorrow," Chroniger said. Locksley "recruited me last year a little bit but because I was a junior he didn't offer. He took my tape down there with him. I don't know what the deal is. [New Mexico] is kind of new in the picture ... but after I look into it, as long as it's the right fir for me, I can play anywhere."
DeMatha Coach Bill McGregor said he plans to be in College Park tomorrow to deliver game films to Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen. McGregor said that Friedgen is interested in Chroniger and defensive end Jeremiah Mathis. New Mexico and Kansas State are like in those two players, McGregor said, along with wide receiver Emmanuel McPhearson.
"But I don't know what 'like] means," McGregor said. "We'll send them film and they'll make a decision. Cosh has to show it to other people on his staff. Locks can make his decision."
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