SEC Schools Lurking

Cordarious Golston is a junior college prospect who has the added bonus of having three years of eligibility left. The former Arizona Wildcat has begun collecting offers from around the country, but pair of conversations late last week have the talented linebacker think about heading south for his senior college future.
December 12, 2010

New Offers for Golston

Cordarious Golston began the recruiting process in obscurity, but business is picking up in a big way. Many college programs were unaware the talented linebacker had transferred from the University of Arizona. Now that the word is out, college recruiters are beginning to get serious about Cordarious and their chances of signing him.
December 2, 2010

Golston Nets Offer

Cordarious Golston just picked up the first offer of his second go around with the college selection process. The former Arizona Wildcat is anxious to get things moving on the recent news came as relief to the talented linebacker.
November 16, 2010

Golston Back on the Market

Cordarius Golston always wanted to play for the Wildcats of Arizona. The Lancaster High School standout got the chance to be a part of it all in Tuscon, but in the end he left the program. With his 2010 season over after a loss in the playoffs, Golston is hopeful that he will find another four year school to his liking.
November 7, 2010

Between Friends

Cordarius Golston, the 6-foot-1, 195-pound three-star strongside linebacker from Lancaster, Texas, committed to Arizona on Nov. 26, according to his teammate, three-star cornerback Demontre Hurst. "Cordarius committed to them right after our last game a couple weeks ago," Hurst said. "He hasn't stopped talking about them since then. He's kind of like a coach for them because he's..."
December 5, 2008

Louisiana Native Hearing from Tech

Lancaster, Texas is absolutely loaded with colege prospects this season.
October 21, 2008

Golston still high on Nebraska

It took a little bravery and a little luck to make it up to summer camp at Nebraska for Cordarius Golston and his teammates, but they made it. Driving in, they were dodging weather the whole way and came into Lincoln under a tornado warning. The visit and the camp opened his eyes to what might be and is still very high on Nebraska.
July 13, 2008