Discussion in 'Football Recruiting Forum' started by CuseLegacy, May 21, 2013.
It especially doesn't help when we could use a rah rah guy to help get fans in the seats this year. People aren't going to get excited about SU Football after reading Cohen talking about how Shafer "wasn't prepared" at the ACC Media Day.
Nope - the part where you say they "tell it like it is" is incorrect.
Cordell Hudson @BrightFuture_11 41m
Just got off the phone with DB Coach Reed from Syracuse.
Retweeted by ANTWAN CORDY
Interesting who is retweeting it also.
Cordell Hudson @BrightFuture_111h
Syracuse provides a Top-Notch education.. I like that!
Wonder if they try and bring Cordell and Antwan up together.
I like the sound of that plan. I wonder if they can wait a couple weeks so they could be official visits. I know Cordy tweeted he planned on visiting in August. After next week it could get a bit hectic though. It would be nice having 2 cb's before the season starts
They are both Florida kids, school starts in the south in a few weeks and officials can start as soon as their senior year of school starts...I looked it up...so I would say they could both be brought in after the camp at Drum.
Cordell Hudson @BrightFuture_118m
do you think you will be visiting Syracuse and when? — yes definitely and hopefully during the season http://ask.fm/a/5ca1q9m9
So probably not before September...
School starts on 20 August here in Land O Lakes (20 miles north of Tampa). That is why I have to drive back home with my son on the 16th after dropping my daughter off at SU for school. Her mom is going to stay with her until she can move into the dorms; Flint here she comes!
Tell her to enjoy the walk up and down the stairs from Mount Olympus, especially in the winter...but not alone at night. I did that one time and heard, but couldn't see someone coming down while I was going up..damn guard with a German Shepard scared the s**t out of me and I never did that again.
My daughter starts Kindergarten on the 9th of August here in GA ... its crazy to me that school starts that early.
I deliver my daughter to college on the 14th for move in then NCAA compliance meetings on the 15th and they start 2 a days on the 16th
Thanks, I will let her know.
Rutgers class of 2014 CB offeree, Cordell Hudson (No. 11) (Photo provided by Hudson, used with permission)
By Todderick Hunt, NJ.com
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on July 29, 2013 at 10:57 PM, updated July 30, 2013 at 2:26 PM
The Scarlet Knights have continued their pursuit of adding talent to the defensive back position group. One of the latest Florida prospects to have been extended an offer from Rutgers is 5-11, 185-pound cornerback, Cordell Hudson. The Largo high school senior blew up over the spring evaluation period after a slow start to his recruitment.
"My recruitment took off a lot in the spring," said Hudson. "I started off with no offers this spring, and now I have 18."
Although Hudson has yet to officially cut down his list of suitors, four teams stand out.
"I wouldn't say I cut down my list," he said. "But my favorites are Rutgers, Iowa St, Syracuse and Wake Forest, right now."
The Scarlet Knights appear to be in the driver's seat for Hudson's services.
"I've been just getting it in with the Rutgers coach, a lot. We talk almost every week. And every time we talk, it seems like we get closer and closer," said Hudson. "Coach Panagos, I call him coach P because his name is hard to pronounce. And I also have two mutual connections to the football team.
"The defensive backs coach, coach (Darrell) Wilson, he actually coached my DB (defensive backs) coach, Marcus Paschal, at Iowa. And coach Panagos, he knows my defensive coordinator from my freshman year. And he's always told me good things about the coaches at Rutgers."
Hudson, who recently spoke to Panagos, has plans to take an official visit to Rutgers this September.
"We didn't schedule an exact date," he said, "but we're thinking September."
Iowa St, Syracuse and Wake Forest also stand a good chance of receiving similar stopovers. Hudson will likely make his final decision after seeing what his top programs have in store for him. He is hoping to make his most pertinent stops over the next month and a half.
"I want to take my visits the last three weeks in August and the first couple weeks in September," he said. "I'll decide after I've taken all my visits, see what the schools are like and experience the atmosphere at the schools.
"Right now, the schools are pretty much even. I'm just waiting to take my visits."
Hudson, who currently works in a nursing home as a dishwasher and server, plans to take up either engineering or business management at his collegiate destination.
"I work at a nursing home," he said. "I wash dishes and serve the patients. I always put a smile on their faces when I bring them their food.
"And I enjoy what I do, but I want to do something I love after college. The first thing is education, that's the only thing that's on my mind, right now. I'm playing football to go to a good college and get a degree. That's the most important thing."
Hudson says he's also looking to attend a school that feels like home and where the coaching staff treats him like family.
In 2012, Hudson accumulated 35 tackles, three interceptions and seven pass break-ups on an 11-1 Largo squad. He says Rutgers assistant Wilson holds in high regard how smooth he is on the field, and his ability to read and diagnose.
Hudson runs the 200 and 400-meter dash during track and field season with personal bests in the range of 23 and 49 seconds, respectively. His hobbies include fishing and playing Call of Duty.
"Scarlet Knights appear to be in the driver's seat..." LMAO.
Especially because Cordell says, "Right now, the schools are pretty much even. I'm just waiting to take my visits."
If he likes fishing: Great Fishing as close as 20 mins away on Oneida Lake and 35 mins away on Lake Ontario.
Or he could go fishing for used syringes and medical waste in NJ.
Every state has its issues and NJ is a beautiful state...
there are only 49 beautiful states and Texas barely makes the list....
Hunt is a 'girls graduate who claims he has a great personal skill over the phones...it's in his bio
Multi-faceted, efficient & reliable administrative professional offering 8+ years of experience supporting executives, sales and managers to improve internal operations for both large and small corporations. Proficient in all of the standard office desktop software as well as many financial applications. Diversified skill sets covering administrative support, client relations, writing, account management and broadcasting. Excellent inter-personal, phone and digital communication skills.
Agreed NW NJ is just like Upstate NY
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