Waiting game for Ngachie

Waiting game for Ngachie

It's a waiting game for Good Counsel (MD) linebacker Marcel Ngachie.

Maryland linebacker Marcel Ngachie has recently added Syracuse to his offer list, and is accumulating interest from a number of programs.

"I haven't visited 'Cuse," he said. "I don't know much about them. I talked to Antwon Bailey before, but that's about it."

His first offer from Virginia; however, is a program that he is very familiar with considering the roster is loaded with familiar faces. He has also visited Charlottesville.

"I think I would be comfortable there because a lot of D.C. kids are there like Vincent Croce and E.J. Scott, and my teammates just committed.

Virginia has secured an impressive amount of early commitments from the Maryland-D.C. area for the class of 2013, but Ngachie is not ready to jump on that bandwagon, just yet.

"I have never seen the recruiting class commit so early," said Ngachie. "It seems like everybody is committing early. I don't know, but I am just doing what is best for me. Virginia is a good school. It may be Virginia, it may not be."

It could be Boston College, Vanderbilt, Richmond, Illinois, Georgia Tech or Purdue and maybe even Syracuse. All of those schools have reached out to Ngachie, who is now playing the waiting game.

"I am waiting to see if those schools will offer."

The majority want to see him in-person. "BC wants me to go to their camp to get that offer, but that is something I might do. That might be the only school I will have to go to. Vanderbilt wants to see me first, too. Georgia Tech came by, but Illinois hasn't yet."

Out of this list, he says two pique his interest:

"Georgia Tech and Purdue. I like the defense and the way their linebackers play at Georgia Tech and my teammate Roderick Chungong will be there. At Purdue, Ryan Watson is there and I like their defense, too."

Only time will tell where Ngachie will wind up. Stay tuned.

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