Evans Chooses Towson

May 10, 1991

Old Mill lineman Brian Evans has accepted a partial scholarship to play football at Towson State University.

Evans was a two-year starter as offensive guard for Patriots coach Pete Regala and an All-Metro selection as a senior. He also competes in the shot put and discuson the Old Mill track team, and is the school's scholar-athlete.

The Severn resident said his primary reason for choosing Towson State, a Division I-AA school, was to remain close to home.

"My biggest adjustment will probably be the amount of time I'll

have to put into working, but I don't expect that to be a major problem," he said.

In rating the top linemen he's coached in his eight years at Old Mill, Regala places the 6-foot-3, 210-pound Evans "up there in the top."

"He should do well in college. He needs to gain a little weight, but he can be a good lineman there," Regala said.

Evans said he eventually would like to increase his weight to 240. "None of the coaches at Towson or Old Mill think that should be a problem," he said.

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