"I have offers from every school that has been talking to me -- Southeastern Louisiana, Charleston State, Southeastern Oklahoma, Fort Lewis, Nebraska-Kearney, Lindenwood, Odessa Permian Basin, Pitt State and Harding," Hardaway told JCFootball.com recently. "I took a visit to Lindenwood back in December and I have a visit to Southeastern Louisiana on January 29th."
As a sophomore this past season, Hardaway played in seven games and posted 17 tackles, two sacks and seven tackles-for-loss while working in at almost every position along the defensive line.
"I mainly played the one=tech (nose tackle), but I could play almost anywhere along the line," Hardaway noted. "I have a high motor and I am a good athlete for my size and I am relentless to the ball and I recognize plays quickly."
So far this offseaosn, Hardaway has gotten to work in both the weight room and the film room.
"I definitely want to get stronger, but I also want to become more of a student of the game," Hardaway added.
Hardaway enjoyed a very good prep career at Karen Wagner High School in San Antonio, Texas, but he didn't have the offers he was looking for so he decided to go the JC route and Cisco was the program to give him the opportunity to keep playing while working toward his college degree.
"I just didn't have the offers I was looking for, so I decided to come here," Hardaway said. "It was the only JUCO that gave me the opportunity, so I just decided to come and let the rest take care of itself."
Hardaway is a very good student, he was a full qualifier out of high school, and he will have three years to play two starting this fall wherever he winds up.
Greg Hardaway Scout Profile