Being injured for half of a season can often scare away many schools in the recruiting process. But for the schools that are willing to continue recruiting them, the reward can be finding some of the best talent in the nation.
That is the case with City College of San Francisco wide receiver Kevin Swanigan (6-3 200, 4.4). The physical wide out missed half of the season with an injury, but was able to come back and play a part in helping CCSF win it's 4th State Title in the last 5 years. He made two big catches for 30 yards in the Ram's 38-31 victory over Grossmont.
TheInsiders.com spoke with CCSF head coach George Rush who had nothing but great things to say about his receiver. "Kevin has great speed and exceptional hands. He is also extremely physical. He loves to block, and he is a leaper." Swanigan is smooth and deceptively fast -- just the type of deep threat that Oregon State needs.
Kevin is originally from Sacramento and played his high school ball at Laguna Creek in Elk Grove where he was an All-City selection his senior year. He should compete for a starting position immediately and will enroll at OSU in the spring.
JC receiver to enroll at OSU in spring
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