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2013 '13 TN ATH Cornelius Elder (Miami FL Signee)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by wadc45, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. Wham

    Wham Rookie

    Like this kid a lot

    Wow i had not seen his tape until now, but very impressed with his vision and use of space to go along with that vision. Now his highligts dont show that much catching tye ball, but considering he is a very good BP, and just watching his hand skills on a couple of the clips, i can not imagine how he would not make a great WR/ATH. I love Quick too and he is a proven WR, but honestly, and no sour grapes here, Quick is more of pure speed and burst, while this gentleman has all the top speed you want but also very slippery, and also quick to adjust his routes based on surroundinsgs, and that's what makes him a very good kick resturner. Gibson and Elder will be my hope.
  2. GeorgiaBuck2

    GeorgiaBuck2 Lets Go!

    Looks like Barner from Oregon.
  3. Holy Buckeye!

    Holy Buckeye! Next Victim Egg Hoke!

    Bring on the CORN! When is he visiting?
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2013
  4. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye URBAN!!! URBAN!!! URBAN!!! URBAN!!! Staff Member Moderator Bookie

  5. HilmerJ

    HilmerJ Sophmore

  6. RB07OSU

    RB07OSU #7 aka Vick the human joystick

    :yow1::yow1::yow1: Darn near impossible to even get a hand on. Not the greatest competition but regardless, you can see he is special in space and can hit top speed in a hurry. And that spin move is flat out dirty.
  7. Poe McKnoe

    Poe McKnoe "lmao- uffffff" by Giovanni Strassini

    If I had my vote, which in no way do I, Corn Elder would be my choice to add to this class. I've been impressed since I first watched his film. I thought Quick was a better receiver, but I like Elder's vision and ability to get down field in a hurry. He is rather small, but it wouldn't be an Urban Meyer team without an undersized guy scoring from everywhere on the football field.

    Only risk is the kid might not like contact. I'm not certain if he's ever been tackled. :lol:
  8. tlinc

    tlinc Freshman

    Check out the highlights vs Bishop Ryan. Looks like he has 3 TD catches in that highlight and a couple of them were really nice catches. I was wondering about if he could make the transition to WR at the next level and those few highlights from that game make me more confident he can.
  9. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator Moderator

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zth_ECxZii0"]Ensworth's Corn Elder - YouTube[/ame]
  10. Wham

    Wham Rookie

    Not a word about mr elder

    Very disappointed! I thought we would have him by now.:(
  11. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye URBAN!!! URBAN!!! URBAN!!! URBAN!!! Staff Member Moderator Bookie

    ESPN $ Cornelius Elder breaks down final schools

    1/16

    Says tOSU has a great coaching staff & great facilities. Also talks about his interest in Auburn & UCLA. May take officials to Auburn, Georgia Tech & Vanderbilt before announcing on NLOID.
  12. wadc45

    wadc45 FINISH STRONG Staff Member

    BN $ - Two on top for Elder

    1/17

    By Simmons...says everything was good on his OSU visit...OSU and UCLA lead...trying to set-up a visit to Auburn and is also interested in Vandy, Georgia Tech and Ole Miss.
  13. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator Moderator

  14. buckeyeinfla

    buckeyeinfla Bittersweet Symphony

    Elder gets in if he is the last man standing IMO
  15. Smudger

    Smudger You've got to stick to your principles.

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