ACC Program Pays Woodland Star A Visit

ACC Program Pays Woodland Star A Visit

This ACC program had a member from its coaching staff roaming around in the lower part of the state earlier today. And while making his way through the Low Country Region, he made a stop by Woodland High School.

Nagui Wright Profile

Coach, Al Seamonson, from the University of Maryland was in the lower part of the state earlier today, checking on a number of prospects within the Low Country Region. And while he was making his rounds, The Linebackers/Special Teams Coach from UMD made a stop by Woodland High School to check on 2010 RB/DB prospect, Nagui Wright.

"He came by the school today and pick up some of my game/highlight film(s)," Wright told "He also gave me a camp brochure, and invited me out their camp this summer. I think they want to see me work out as a DB."

The 5-11, 180 pound athlete from out of Dorchester, SC isn't very familiar with the Terrapins Football Program, but he would certainly like to learn more about them, due to the fact that they are a part of one of college football's best conferences.

Stay tuned for more on Wright's recruitment as things continue to heat up during the May Evaluation Period...

Note: While Coach Seamonson was on campus, he spoke at length with Woodland Head Coach, Reed Charpia, in regards to 2011 quarterback prospect, Robert Smith. And during their conversation, Seamonson made it clear to Coach Charpia that Smith is going to be one of their targets for next year's recruiting class…

Smith accounted for nearly 3500 yards of total offense for Wooland High School as a sophomore on last season. Recommended Stories

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