08' Intro: Fort Dorchester CB Tony Mack

With much of the pre-season hype surrounding Fort Dorchester's 4-star defensive end Robert Quinn, his teammate Tony Mack (defensive back) has been busy establishing his own identity. Mack is currently generating interest from a vast array of DI programs. Come inside with SCPrepNation.com to see who's been checking in with the 6-2 cover man from "The Fort".

Meet Tony Mack, a 6-2, 170 pound defensive back from Fort Dorchester. At 6-2 and boasting a 4.4 in the forty yard dash, Mack unquestionably has the size and speed that college coaches covet in a corner back.

Although Mack has yet to pick up an official scholarship offer from a major DI program, that hasn't prevented him from entertaining several of them. The 6-2 corner informed SCPrepNation.com of several major programs that have been expressing interest in him. "I've been getting letters from Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, Clemson, Louisville, Rutgers, and Auburn," Mack said.

Since none of the programs aforementioned have made it clear that an offer is forthcoming, Mack is completely wide open with his recruitment. However, he's made it clear with SCPrepNation.com that he desires to be a contributor the minute he steps foot on campus. "I really don't want to red-shirt my first year," Mack said. "I want to go to a program where I can come in and get some early playing time as a true freshman."

Several programs will get a chance to check out the rising senior up close and personal as he plans to camp with Clemson, Auburn, Tennessee, and Rutgers this summer. This will also give him an opportunity to gather information on each school and determine where he feels most comfortable.

Stay tune for more on this class of 2008 prospect from the "Fort".

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