I scouted the Butler-at-Providence game Friday night and then caught up with some of the players, including talented Bulldogs junior WR/LB Kris Frost. More and more teams are getting in regular touch with Frost, one of the better players on a team loaded with good ones.
“North Carolina and Clemson are staying in touch with me the most,” he said, standing beside the field after his team’s exciting 35-28 victory. “They’re calling and texting a lot.”
Frost is pushing 6-foot-3 and weighs 215 pounds, and can run a 4.5-second 40-yard dash. While he has no official offers from the big boys yet, many are showing their interest.
“I’m also hearing from Maryland, Florida State, Syracuse, South Carolina, and Michigan is also calling now,” he said.
Frost is likely to make our Top N.C. Junior Prospects list we told you about in our previous blog. He had the hit of the game, leveling tough and talented Providence QB Chauncey Concepcion in the open field. It said a lot about the latter that he stayed in the game after that one.
Watch Frost closely; his combination of quickness and size is already making the bigger schools salivate.
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