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2006 '06 OH WR Josh Chichester (Louisville signee)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by LordJeffBuck, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member Tech Admin Bookie


    Josh Chichester
    Wide Receiver
    West Chester Lakota West
    Height: 6-foot-8
    Weight: 205 pounds
    2004 stats: 27 rec, 603 yds

    Scout Profile

    As a skinnny 6'8", Josh might be better suited to basketball; in fact, he is a member of the "Rivals Top 150" list of b-ball prospects. However, football could be in his future, especially if he adds some weight.
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  2. westbuck04

    westbuck04 Wildcard, b*tches

    josh is a great athlete. probably will play basketball b/c of his height, but he could be a big time football player if he wanted to. he's tall, has great athletic ability and good hands; he probably caught 3/4 of the passes in west's run-oriented offense.

    but he's tearing it up in basketball and will get big time looks there; he's already hearing from uc, osu, wake forest and xavier to name a few. i'd bet he never steps foot on a college football field.
  3. MiniBusBuck

    MiniBusBuck Newbie

    He is probably a bit closer to 6'7" at the moment and still growing probably could reach 6'9" or 6'10" if that happens then he has outgrown the football field and will stick to being a 4 man on the basketball court.
  4. Underdogg44

    Underdogg44 Newbie

    '06 OH WR Josh Chichester

    Out of Lakota West (Maupin and Rehring's school)
    Tall receiver who can go up and get the ball. 6'8"

    What do you all think?
  5. Honor&Glory

    Honor&Glory Paper,Rock, Scissors, Lizard, Spock!

    I'll be as nice as I can...

    The kid can jump and has very nice hands. looked like he had a lot of trouble getting off the line of scrimage against Colerain's press coverage. Pretty raw but has a freakish stride and is not afraid to hit or be hit....just my opinion.
  6. Underdogg44

    Underdogg44 Newbie

    I can see him as a raw WR right now, but I also see alot of potential. That's why I am asking for everyone's opinions.
  7. Cavball9

    Cavball9 Rookie

    I read somewhere he's interested in possibly playing both sports, sounds like a nice fit for tOSU...
  8. Underdogg44

    Underdogg44 Newbie

    When is the last time OSU had a player who played two sports? Not counting the football players who run track.
  9. butahsan

    butahsan Newbie

    I believe Nate Salley was on the basketball and football teams in 2002-2003. Prior to him I can only think of Ricky Dudley who played both sports and really excelled at both.
  10. Oh8ch

    Oh8ch Cognoscente of Omphaloskepsis Staff Member

    That would be Nate Salley.
  11. Underdogg44

    Underdogg44 Newbie

    Thanks I did not know that
  12. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member Tech Admin Bookie

    Let's not forget Tony Eisenhard, although I can't really contend that he "excelled" at either sport.
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  14. korchiki

    korchiki Junior

    not to hi-jack this but why does he have the buckeyes logo in front of his name on the other page...isn't that only for verbally commited players
  15. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0


    Cincinnati has reportedly offered Chichester a scholie during this past week. Josh reportedly has an offer from Boston College on the table. Chichester is planning on playing football and basketball at the next level.

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