Good Counsel players drawing attention
While Vince Croce was the first player from the 2010 Good Counsel football team to make his college choice, picking Virginia, he won't be the last. Nearly 10 other Falcons already hold scholarship offers and assistant coach Kevin McFadden thinks more will come shortly.
Leading the list is rising senior cornerback Blake Countess, who holds 19 offers, a list that includes "everybody, brother," McFadden said. "From Maryland clear out to Arkansas."
Among other rising seniors, quarterback Zach Dancel has an offer from Stony Brook and defensive end Joe Rosenblatt has Bryant with McFadden expecting Liberty to offer soon. "Once he starts playing, he's going to get some I-A offers," McFadden said. "He's 6-5, 240. He had to wait his turn. He has the body and he can run."
Center Pete Sotiriou and guard Pat Walsh also are drawing attention.
Meantime, four rising juniors and two rising sophomores also hold offers. From the class of 2012: tackle Ryan Watson, running back Wes Brown, tackler Michael Madaras and wide receiver-defensive back Stefon Diggs. And from the class of 2013: running back Dorian O'Daniel (who played on the freshman team last year) and wide receiver Kendall Fuller.
| June 8, 2010; 6:56 AM ET
Categories: Dorian O'Daniel, Kendall Fuller, Liberty, Maryland, Michael Madaras, Ryan Watson, Stefon Diggs, Stony Brook, Vincent Croce, Virginia, Wes Brown, Zach Dancel
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