"Matka (Polish for mother)! I'm going to be a Vol!" is a likely phone call that Fork Union senior Axel Mostrag made to his mother back home in Poland this week. Another big committment has came in a short time span among Virginia's best this week after Sean Holston announced today that he'll be attending Florida State and now Fork Union middle distance star Axel Mostrag has made his college decision. Mostrag, the Nike Indoor Nationals champion for 800 meters, will be coached by past Virginia high school prep great George Watts (Thomas Edison HS) at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Tennessee had already picked up another one of Virginia's top distance harriers earlier in the year with West Springfield senior and Footlocker finalist Mike Spooner signing with the Volunteers. Mostrag has personal bests of 1:50.60 for 800 meters, 2:26.11 for 1000 meters, 3:52.20 for 1500 meters, and 4:13.42 for 1600 meters. Both Mostrag and Holston have yet to sign their letters of intent, but have made their verbal committments to Tennessee and Florida State respectively.