Ordway adds 15th offer from Notre Dame
Notre Dame offered four-star cornerback Cameron Ordway of Pulaski (Tenn.) Giles County last week. "It's a huge offer," Ordway said. "I'd like to visit soon and learn more about them and build better relationships with the coaches. I talked to Coach Booker last Thursday and like six other coaches." Ordway possesses the physical tools to flourish as an elite cornerback at the next level. The 6-foot-1, 174-pound wide receiver has been timed in the forty-yard dash at 4.4 seconds. "He said that he likes that I'm a long cornerback that can cover wide receivers well," Ordway. "I have good hips, speed, and I consider myself a ball hawk. I play some safety in high school, so I don't think I'll really know what position I'll play in college." Ordway has offers from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Penn State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. He's visited Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee so far this spring, and he'll head to Ole Miss this weekend. "I wish I had some favorites," Ordway said. "I just haven't figured it out yet. I'll take some more visits this summer and figure out where I want to take my official visits and go from there." Is Notre Dame in line for a visit? "Possibly this summer," Ordway. "If not, I'm going to really try to get out there in the fall. That's a school I would really like to see. They put out some talented players and have nice facilities." Ordway named three factors that will play the biggest roles in his decision. "Mainly coaching staff, academics and playing time," Ordway said. "Distance used to be a factor, but it's not anymore." Ordway is a four-star prospect and is ranked as the No. 21 cornerback in the class of 2015.
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