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2008 '08 OH WR Cordale Scott (Illinois Signee; Transfer to Toledo)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by OSUBucks22, Sep 1, 2006.

  1. OSUBucks22

    OSUBucks22 No touching! Staff Member

    Cordale Scott

    Wide Receiver
    Cleveland, OH
    Glenville H.S.

    Height: 6-foot-4.5
    Weight: 181 lbs.
    40-time: 4.46

    Cordale has been named on of the 100 Jr.'s to watch by Listing early interest in tOSU.

    Last edited: May 8, 2007
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  2. OHSportsFan

    OHSportsFan Fan of Ohio Sports in Indy

    I watched the Glenville-Warren Harding game on Saturday and Cordale had a huge game. He got a couple of INTs to go along with some nice catches. He looks like a real good athlete.

    Glenville looked great. That D was really giving Warren fits, they get to the ball and hit hard.
  3. Poz79

    Poz79 Newbie

    BG $


    Update by Bill Kurelic. Cordale has made unofficials to Columbus each of the past two weeks and says Ohio State, Michigan and Akron are his top three.
  4. akronbuck

    akronbuck Junior

    I hope he gets faster. 4.78 AS A WR.

  5. Why do people always go off these stupid 40 times...
  6. I believe that David Ausberry, current WR for the USC Trojans and former OSU recruit, also ran a 4.7 40s.
  7. akronbuck

    akronbuck Junior

    well it must be stupid to want a wr with 4.78 speed.
    I follow glenvilles track team and never seen his name on it but, then again they're all fast. I wonder how there relays team win every year with 4.6 to 4.8 runners
  8. buckeye247

    buckeye247 # 33

    By the time he graduates that time will drop considerably.
  9. I agree in an ideal and perfect world all 40 times would all be ran on the same track and all electircally timed. Well unfortunatly they are not. And the kid is only a junior and has plenty of time to actually figure out how to run a 40 yd. dash.

    I will take good film over a 40 time anyday of the week.

    Not a knock on you abuck, just a blanket statement.
  10. akronbuck

    akronbuck Junior

    I understand. Everytime the 40's somewhere its always funny. I ran track to and see the different times and just think its funny. I just saw this was timed at San antonio in that combine so I just thought they couldn't screw it up to bad.

    He is young so thats good for him but, he's going to be in a bad year for OSU numbers to offer. I hope it works out

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  11. Well the track at that combine seemed to be more relivent to real times, meaning that his time was not all that bad, and it was also still when he was a sophmore in highschool.

    I think he has the talent to garner an offer even in a low number year.
  12. Socky

    Socky Newbie

    I think thier going to turn him into a te anyway,their are no wr in the ncaa his size or taller .:biggrin: :tongue2: :oh: :io:
  13. ol104

    ol104 RIP Neutron Man

    The comparison to Ausberry are off base. Ausberry is much heavier than Scott, 225 lbs vs. 180 lbs. Cordale will get faster, and considering the program he is in...much faster
  14. Ausberry was offered as an example of a player who ran in similar speed range as Scott and was recruited...
  15. stxbuck

    stxbuck Woody wore Sambas

    If he is 180lbs, I imagine he would need to improve (or verify to the staff's satisfaction) his speed before he gets an OSU offer. A WR that is 6'5 225 can afford to be a little bit slower b/c they can use their size and bulk to their advantage-Mike Williams, Plaxico Burress. Not so for a skinny guy a safety can blow up when he is going for the ball.

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