- Dave Hooker, Reporter, RecruitingNation
Get ready for the next wave of talented prospects to come out of Washington (D.C.) Friendship.
Junior safety Daejuan Funderburk and sophomore offensive lineman Quavez Boulware are already receiving strong college interest, according to Friendship coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim. Several schools have visited Friendship to lay early groundwork for the two up-and-coming prospects, namely Michigan, Ohio State, Virginia, Vanderbilt, Maryland and North Carolina.
"There's been a lot lately," Abdul-Rahim said with a chuckle when asked what college recruiters have recently visited.
Of course, there are more prospects than just Funderburk and Boulware, who are simply the newest Friendship names to surface.
Senior linebacker Yannick Ngakoue is still undecided. The former Maryland commitment has said he's down to Maryland, Miami, South Carolina and West Virginia. Two juniors for Friendship figure to be top prospects for the 2014 class: safety Jalen Tabor and running back Jonathan Haden. They already have multiple scholarship offers.
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