Checking in at 6-6, 285 pounds, West Ashley High OL Cedric Chisolm passes the look test with flying colors. He without question possesses the size for an offensive lineman in the college ranks.
The big man is currently in his final season of high school football, and hoping that his performance this fall would help to land him a spot on a college team's roster next year.
Chisolm doesn't have any offers to date, but he's been hearing from more than a few college programs. "He's still on Clemson's radar," Head Coach, Bobby Marion, said of the big OL. "A lot of small DI schools like Citadel and Appalachian State are still on him as well."
Coach Marion feels that it is only a matter of time before things start getting a little more interesting on the recruiting front for the senior OL. He has watched Chisolm develop into a fine high school football player, and knows beyond a doubt that he has what it takes to compete on the college level.
"When we first got here he wasn't very strong, but he's really worked hard and he's really improved his strength in the weight room," Marion said. "He's much stronger than he was last year."
He's got great feet for an offensive tackle," Coach Marion continued. "His pass blocking is very well because he can move his feet well; he can back peddle. He comes off the ball real strong. He'll make a fine player in college."
Stay tuned for more on West Ashley High's Cedric Chisolm as he continues his senior campaign on the gridiron for the Wildcats.