OG Snodgrass Has First Offer

Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher High School class of 2015 offensive guard/center prospect John Snodgrass has his first FBS scholarship offer.

Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher High School offensive guard/center prospect John Snodgrass is another north Florida name to follow this spring and fall. The 6-foot-3 and 270-pound junior recently received his first scholarship offer from Florida International and is flying under the radar according to his high school head football coach Josh Corey.

"We have an offensive lineman, John Snodgrass, who is 6-foot-3 and 270-pounds and he has an offer from FIU. Their offensive line coach (FIU offensive coordinator Steve Shankweiler) loves him. John has some really good tape. I went back and watched his tape again after Coach Turner (FIU head coach Ron Turner) called and offered and was surprised to see how could it was when I watched it the second time," explained Coach Corey.

The longtime Fletcher head coach says that Snodgrass has the ability to play either guard or center in college.

"He is definitely a guard or a center at the next level. John just started playing football as a ninth-grader so his kind of raw. What he does well is what coaches like to see on tape, he runs and moves well in space. He lead blocks for us on all out pulls and traps and things like that. It's also the way he finishes his blocks. John has a really nasty disposition, he finishes the deal. FIU is the only school on him right now. John is flying under the radar," explained Coach Corey of the lineman‘s ability.

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