Cadogan's 36 career sacks rank him among the best all time in New Jersey. He checked in with GoSpartans.net to tell us where he stood with his recruiting.
The 6-foot-3, 240-pounder, who appears ready to hit the field as a true freshman made an impression on his high school head coach who said of his outgoing senior star, "Sherard is driven to be successful in everything he does – when it comes to grades, when it comes to playing."We've had some good kids, but the all-around package – discipline, grades, how he works in-season and out-of-season – he's at the top.
He brings energy. He doesn't stop. He practices like he plays in games," coach Rick Brown told the New Jersey Courier-Post.
Cadogan said he's almost ready to make his decision.
"I'm hoping to make my decision before Christmas, but if that doesn't happen, then probably early January."
Michigan State fans will be holding their breath hoping that the hat that this talented defensive end/linebacker puts on has a big block "S".