Scout.com got word Wednesday that Mason Friedline, a 6-foot-5, 278-pound offensive lineman from King…
Friedline already receiving interest
Yale has apparently been recruiting Friedline since his junior year, and Harvard has also expressed a lot of interest. Cornell has shown interest in the past month or so.
Because of his academics, it's also not surprising that schools like Duke, Stanford and Notre Dame are also inquiring about Friedline. In fact, Shapiro said that the junior lineman is already starting to go through the Stanford application process.
When asked about Friedline's potential, Shapiro believes he's every bit as good as former O'Dea OL Sam Flor, who recently signed with Washington State. "(Friedline) is easily that caliber," said Coach Shap.
Shapiro added that even though Friedline hasn't set up any unofficial visits yet, he definitely wants to trip back east over the summer to visit the Ivy League schools, as well as Duke - and a summer trip to Stanford also seems likely at this point.
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