Three-star LB camps at BC

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Three-star linebacker Adrian Cavanaugh recently attended two camps. The 5-foot-10, 210-pounder stopped through Syracuse and Boston College in recent weeks and enjoyed his trips at both.
"I had a really good visit at Boston College," he said. "I really enjoyed it. I got to tour the campus and then the next day I camped there.
"Everything was really nice. I saw the facilities and met all the coaches. They just talked about how they were interested in me and wanted to see what I could do."
Are the Eagles any closer to offering?
"They haven't offered and I'm not quite sure what the situation is with them," he said. "I really liked it. I thought it was a nice program and a real nice school. I liked the campus a lot."
The Ashland (Va.) Patrick Henry prospect left from Chestnut Hill to head to Syracuse.
"I just came from there and that was fun too," he said. "I toured the campus and the next day I camped. I worked with their coaches. They haven't offered either.
"I really enjoyed both of these visits. I thought both were nice programs."
Cavanaugh plans to take a few more visits in the near future.
"I'm talking to Tennessee about a visit on July 18th and 19th and then Delaware on the 27th. I'm planning to visit Richmond too."
The linebacker prospect currently holds offers from Army, Navy, Norfolk State, Richmond and William & Mary. Is there a leader?
"At the moment I don't have any favorites," he said. "Throughout the summer I'm hoping to narrow stuff down. I'm looking for a college where I can fit in. I want a good academic program, but I'm not sure what I want to study."