Eric Cuffee is being recruited by some of the top college football programs in the country. TCU, Texas, Baylor, Arkansas, Michigan and Notre Dame are but a few fighting for his services. In the end it could come down to TCU, Texas and Baylor. Cuffee and his family have enjoyed the recruiting process.
”It’s been treating me and my family pretty good,” Cuffee said. “It’s just a process that will be over in a couple of months.”
”My relationship with the Texas coaches is strong,” Cuffee said. “I get along with them very well.”
Head coaches and fans from around the country will have to wait a little while longer to find out where Cuffee intends to play his college football.
”Right now there is no time table,” Cuffee said. “When I feel it’s the right time that’s when I’ll do it.”Scout.com Take:
Locking down one half of the field, Cuffee is not a prospect who many quarterbacks in the Waco area tested often in 2014. Do not expect that to change. He is a very physical player at the position and moves well for a guy who is around 190 pounds, as his 4.10 pro-shuttle time indicates. He is a good tackler and is not a liability in run support. Teams trying to get outside on his side of the field will quickly find that out. - Greg Powers