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Good Counsel Will Open With Md. QB Target

Good Counsel Coach Bob Milloy called to let me know about six more seniors bound to play college football: quarterback Tyler Campbell (preferred walk-on at Salisbury, defensive end Diego Laird (preferred walk-on at Pittsburgh), lineman Tim Anderson and cornerback Terrance Martin (Salisbury), linebacker Durrell Miller (Frostburg) and defensive back Robert Eversleigh (Pace).

Milloy also shared some interesting news. After a proposed game against Punahou School of Honolulu - hopeful that President Obama would travel to Olney to watch his alma mater - fell through, Good Counsel now will open its season Sept. 4 against Valhalla High of El Cajon, Calif., which features Maryland recruiting target Peter Thomas at quarterback.

"We've already exchanges [tapes of] the last three games last season," Milloy said. "That guy throws the ball pretty good."

Thomas recently took an unofficial visit to Maryland for spring practice, Milloy said, though the game against the Falcons had nothing to do with being recruiting by the Terrapins.

"I didn't know they had this quarterback or I probably wouldn't have played them," said Milloy, whose teams other non-league games are against Mount St. Joseph and Gilman of Baltimore. 'That's what is called bad coaching."

Milloy stipulated that he wanted a hotel near the ocean, so Good Counsel is staying in Pacific Beach. There will be a trip to visit a docked aircraft carrier, a beach barbecue and possibly a visit to watch either the San Diego Chargers, USC or UCLA practice, Milloy said.

"It will be a pretty cool trip," Milloy said.

By Josh Barr  | April 27, 2009; 12:03 PM ET
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