Recruiters did not get much of a chance to see South Aiken junior QB Bo Baldwin (6-6 231) in much game action last season. That's because he suffered a season ending broken collarbone in the fourth week. He had thrown for 800 yards and 8 touchdowns and rushed for 263 yards and 2 scores prior to the injury.
This summer Baldwin made the camp rounds with stops at USC, Alabama and Tennessee. NC State has invited him to one of their practices August 19th. "He's high on everybodys' board," South Aiken coach Jeremy West said. "Mangus (USC) said he's definitely one of the targets he's looking at."
Baldwin also is drawing interest from LSU, Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia. His coach is expecting offers to start to drop after recruiters scout Baldwin this season.
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