June 23, 2010
Corner lighting up camps
Baltimore defensive back Adrian Amos had but one major offer heading into the weekend, but after camping at Connecticut on Saturday and WVU on Sunday, he now has four.
The true 6-foot, 190-pound cornerback-safety at Baltimore's Calvert Hall High School picked up a UConn promise after camp. Then came Mountaineers' and Temple pledges on Monday. Already several small colleges had put in bids for "Maryland's second best cornerback," according to Calvert DBs assistant Cory Robinson, "only behind Blake Countess."
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