Cunningham on the Verge of an Offer?

Teams always love an ATH with speed and that's exactly what Sederrik Cunningham brings to the table. Iowa State and Coach Chris Ash are evaluating Cunningham, but will an offer come his way? Find out what Cunningham has to say about Iowa State here in this CN recruiting update.

Seddrick Cunningham is right on the verge of an Iowa State offer. At least that's what the Florida athlete believes. As the middle of July nears, the 6'0, 180 pound ATH out of Zephyrhills HS has one offer to his name, that being from Middle Tennessee State. Though the lone offer doesn't stand out as impressive, Cunningham is receiving a lot of attention from a lot of different schools, but none are coming at him as hard as the Cyclones.


"I really like the Cyclones to tell you the truth. Right now, I like any school. The Cyclones would probably be one of the first schools that I look at because they are giving me a lot of interest. A lot of interest. They send me letters all the time," Cunningham told CN.


So where does Cunningham stand offer wise with Iowa State?


"They haven't offered me yet. I'm pretty sure that I'll probably get one. I hope. I want one bad from anywhere."


Cunningham is a Chris Ash recruit who can play anywhere on the football field. Last year as a junior at QB, Cunningham threw for over 1,000 yards with 10 touchdowns. He also rushed for over 300 yards and tacked on 5 rushing touchdowns as well. Most of all, Cunningham has that one thing that all programs want, speed.


"At school I ran a 4.4, but a safe time for me would be like a 4.5," Cunningham said about his 40 time.


With that durability, he's getting a lot of looks at a lot of different positions, but Cunningham said that Iowa State wants to use him as a WR.


"Personally I want to go to a school as an ATH. A lot of schools see me as being a WR. They (Iowa State) see me as a WR."


Along with the Cyclones, Cunningham said that West Virginia, Baylor and Bowling Green are all recruiting him hard. He also claimed letters from Missouri, Kansas State and Tennessee.


"I get letters from a lot of schools. Tennessee and Kansas State give me letters. I get them from everywhere to tell you the truth."


When it all comes down to it, Cunningham is in no hurry.


"I'm just really trying to get ready for my upcoming season right now. I'm getting looks from a lot of different colleges right now, but I really am just taking my time and weighing my options."

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