Top Defensive End Cadogan Will Wait Until Jan

Just a few weeks ago, four college programs begin holding their collective breaths, waiting for a decision from one of the nation's top uncommitted defensive ends, Sherard Cadogan of Camden (NJ) Catholic Central. But with Christmas Eve and Christmas Day gone, what is the situation with the New Jersey star? GET INside to find out.

CAMDEN, NJ - Just a few weeks ago, four college programs begin holding their collective breaths, waiting for a decision from one of the nation's top uncommitted defensive ends, Sherard Cadogan of Camden (NJ) Catholic Central.

Cadogan was all set to make a decision over the Christmas break, but Christmas Eve and Christmas Day came and went and there was no word from the 6-foot-3, 230-pounder who was named defensive player of the year in New Jersey.

The classy senior star checked in with GSN to let them know what was going on. "(I've decide to wait) until early January," said Cadogan to GSN via text message earlier today.

He, no doubt, got an eyeful as one of his four finalists, the Pittsburgh Panthers won their 10th game, defeating North Carolina 19-17 in the Meineke Car Care Bowl.

By waiting until January, he'll get to see West Virginia (another finalist) face Florida State in Bobby Bowden finale in the Gator Bowl, Wisconsin (a finalist) play Miami in the Champs Sports Bowl and of course, the Spartans play Texas Tech in the Alamo Bowl.

GSN will keep close tabs on Cadogan, who, if he commmitted to Michigan State, would give them a solid group of defenders in their 2010 class.


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