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Written by Andrew Spivey, June 11, 2013, 0 Comments,
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Tuesday was another big day on campus as the Will Muschamp football camp continues this week.

One prospect on campus on Tuesday was Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha offensive lineman Brock Ruble.

“I really liked my visit,” Ruble said. “I got to see a lot of the facilities around here and I got to talk to some of the Florida coaches and some of the academic advisers. I enjoyed the whole visit.”

The 6-foot-8, 325-pound Ruble picked up a Florida offer this spring and says that he talks to Florida regularly.

“Coach (Brian) White is recruiting me mainly from Florida,” Ruble said. “I talk to coach (Tim) Davis every once in a while and sometimes I’ll be on the phone and they’ll pass the phone to coach (Will) Muschamp.”

Right now the Maryland prospect doesn’t have a timeline for a decision but says he knows what he is looking for.

“I mean, it’s just the overall feel of the school,” Ruble said. “I’m taking a lot of things into consideration, relationship with the offensvie line coach and a relationship with the head coach, you know. There’s a lot of thing to think about, me and my family will sit down and talk about it but I’m not sure about everything right now.”

Right now Ruble doesn’t have any more visits planned but he will participate in some team camps this summer.

“It’s more a team camp thing,” Ruble said. “Dematha has a team camp at Virginia, Rutgers and Maryland so I’ll be there. But it won’t be anything individual.”

Ruble holds 17 offers from the likes of California, Florida, Florida State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech among others.

 

 

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Tuesday was another big day on campus as the Will Muschamp football camp continues this week.

One prospect on campus on Tuesday was Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha offensive lineman Brock Ruble.

“I really liked my visit,” Ruble said. “I got to see a lot of the facilities around here and I got to talk to some of the Florida coaches and some of the academic advisers. I enjoyed the whole visit.”

The 6-foot-8, 325-pound Ruble picked up a Florida offer this spring and says that he talks to Florida regularly.

“Coach (Brian) White is recruiting me mainly from Florida,” Ruble said. “I talk to coach (Tim) Davis every once in a while and sometimes I’ll be on the phone and they’ll pass the phone to coach (Will) Muschamp.”

Right now the Maryland prospect doesn’t have a timeline for a decision but says he knows what he is looking for.

“I mean, it’s just the overall feel of the school,” Ruble said. “I’m taking a lot of things into consideration, relationship with the offensvie line coach and a relationship with the head coach, you know. There’s a lot of thing to think about, me and my family will sit down and talk about it but I’m not sure about everything right now.”

Right now Ruble doesn’t have any more visits planned but he will participate in some team camps this summer.

“It’s more a team camp thing,” Ruble said. “Dematha has a team camp at Virginia, Rutgers and Maryland so I’ll be there. But it won’t be anything individual.”

Ruble holds 17 offers from the likes of California, Florida, Florida State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech among others.

 

 

Quotes provided by Nick de la Torre

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