After they offer to pick up on Wednesday during a Maryland football camp, a three-star slot star Hun School (N.J.) Nick DeGennaro little time was spent making decisions. Select the 6 foot athlete, 185 pounds Maryland over UMass and Northern Illinois, among which 15 offers on Sunday.
“For me, the offer (Maryland) means everything,” he told 247 national sports analyst Brian Dohn. “With the radar of the Power There are five schools like Maryland after I hate to prove to everyone that I can play at the highest level.
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DeGennaro and wide receivers coach Joker Phillips right click from the start of the camp. The New Jersey product walked with a slot receiver offering and another chance to visit Maryland on Saturday.
“Coach Locks had good tricks, my father and me,” said DeGennaro. “He said that he liked my film and my explosion as a player. He also likes how I make a slice on my shoulder. Soon afterwards he told me he's not afraid to be the first big school that offers because he's seen well, and his favorite one is the bill. I loved it. ”Saturday provided deeper diving to academics and DeGennaro and his family.
"We were able to see inside academics as well as the football element. We went into the business school, and only learned about how competitive and wonderful it was, it was really awesome. to see how they care for their players. "
DeGennaro said that the energy of the training team took his eye.
"It was a great surprise to see how they were on the spot and outside the field. Reagan's Rider, but also all the staff t Joker Phillips and [offensive coordinator Scottie] Montgomery and Locksley coach. They are great guys – they're building something big, "DeGennaro said. Why Maryland?
"The people there. The honesty and the tools I have and the relationships these coaches have," he said.
The newly-dedicated 39-inch vertical slot taker in Maryland and had a wide 10-11-inch jump in the Monmouth camp earlier in this cycle, against his coach. "He has a very good speed, but he is very fluid, athletic athletic," said Todd Smith, Hun Smith's 247Sports coach in terms of his skills. "Elite speed, ball skills ball."
Maryland signed the first five power offer for DeGennaro, but a number of other schools showed interest. Outside Virginia, Penn State, Rutgers and Syracuse have expressed interest. It also has 15 oral offers, including Howard, UMass and Northern Illinois. What stood out about a Maryland visit on Wednesday, according to Todd Smith?
"He really liked his time there, he really liked Joker [Phillips] a lot. They certainly clicked. "
DeGennaro is rated three stars and 84 overall by 247 Sports. It has also won the top 30 in New Jersey and the top 105 athletes in the country. As a junior, DeGennaro had 19 arrests for 519 yards and eight closures. Athlete ran two sports, Deashnaro, a 100 meter minimum dash, recorded by The Hun School. Stay on tuning for more.