2005 Target: ATH Corey Sindab

Today we continue to look at some of the top prospects in the Palmetto state for the class of 2005. One name that should have the attention of many college recruiters is Conway athlete Corey Sindab. Find out more about the talented defender in this recruiting update.

ATH Corey Sinab
6-5, 185, 4.6
Conway High School
Conway, South Carolina

The 6-5, 185 pound prospect only played four games last season because of a knee injury but he is on his way to a full recovery. "I only played four games last season," said Sinab in an interview with CUTigers.com. "I strained some ligaments in my knee in the middle of the season, but my rehab is coming along good. I should be 100% by May."

The Conway standout, who runs a 4.6 forty, showed a good bit of promise in the few games he did play in as a junior. "I had 20 tackles and 1 interception," stated Sindab.

Sindab is also one of the best basketball prospects in the state. "I was rated the number 7 player in the state this year even though I didn't play," added the talented athlete.

Sindab played in the secondary last season but he expects to go both ways for Conway during his senior campaign. "I played cornerback last year. I expect to play a little bit of receiver also next year."

Several schools are showing interest in the South Carolina star as he prepares for his final season for Conway High School. "Marshall, South Carolina and Clemson are all showing interest right now. I am getting mail from all of them."

Sinab says he has several attributes he's most noted for on the gridiron, including the ability to think fast on his feet and his toughness, "My strengths are my ability to break on the ball. I also like to hit."

As far as camps go, Corey expects to take several trips this summer.

"Me and my dad have already discussed summer camps," said Sindab. "We have talked about attending North Carolina State, Coastal Carolina and maybe the 5-star basketball camp."

CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.

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