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Coach believes Maryland, South Carolina could be near top of list for Good Counsel wide receiver Stefon Diggs

All-Met wide receiver Stefon Diggs seems to have narrowed his college choices and Good Counsel Coach Bob Milloy believes there is a chance his 6-foot-1, 185-pound star player could end up at Maryland.

“I know Maryland is right up there [with] Florida, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Miami and South Carolina,” Milloy said. “Those are the ones I keep hearing. South Carolina a little higher up than Miami, his mother likes [Gamecocks Coach Steve] Spurrier. But I think she likes [Maryland Coach Randy] Edsall best of all. That might win out over all, you know.”

Diggs has visited all of the schools Milloy mentioned and all are among the more than three dozen teams to have offered a scholarship to the speedy rising senior. During a recent trip to Blacksburg, Diggs said he will be taking an official visit there this fall.

“He’s been taking some weekend trips because he’s in summer school,” Milloy said. “He’s trying to visit everybody so he can get it done and get on with it. I hope he gets it done by [the start of practice on] August 8, but I doubt it.”


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