'16 CB Nick McCloud Talks Latest Offer & More

South Pointe went on to win the AAA state championship this season and one of their top prospects is 2016 CB/WR Nick McCloud. Most schools are looking at him as a "Richard Sherman" type of prospect due to his height and playmaking ability. He picked up his 2nd offer this past week and he talks about it all and more with us here on SCPrepNation.com in this FREE recruiting update!

Nick McCloud Profile

Things worked out well for the South Pointe Stallions as they would win the 2014 AAA state championship. One of the key contributors to this year's title run was junior cornerback prospect Nick McCloud. This past week he got some more good news on the recruiting front in the form of his second scholarship offer.

James Madison became the second school to extend the rangy cornerback a scholarship offer and he spoke with us after getting that second offer.

So how does the 6'3 cornerback from South Pointe feel after landing his second scholarship offer?

"It feels good because recruiting seemed a little dead for a minute. The head coach, coach Withers offered me. They say they really liked me and they liked me as a staff."

"Lately I've been hearing from Louisville, Wake Forest, Northwestern, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Utah. Right now I would say that Northwestern and Wake Forest are recruiting me the hardest."

The rangy cornerback already has one Junior Day visit lined up too.

"I've just go ta junior day lined up with Wake Forest so far."

McCloud says he's been working out in the weight room and that even though he hasn't maxed out yet he's expecting to see some gains in that respect. He's hoping that work will pay off with additional offers possibly this off season.

"I'm thinking maybe if I go to Louisville, Wake Forest, and Northwestern and have a good camp they would offer me. I'm also going to camp at Florida this year along with some other SEC schools. I wanna hear more from Florida State, Florida, Miami, Georgia, and Kentucky."

We'll have more updates with Nick McCloud as the 6'3 175 pound cornerback should see things pick up if he continues to make progress with his game and testing measurables this off season. Stay tuned here on SCPrepNation.com!

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