Back on the market's pegged Matt Hardrick as one of the top 10 offensive linemen for the Class of '05 coming out of high school.
August 12, 2007

Hardrick Bounces Back, Will Begin at Guard

Late last month, offensive lineman Matt Hardrick enrolled at Florida State University after an up-hill climb following his days as a prep star at Edgewater High School. Struggling in his first day as a member of the Garnet and Gold, Hardrick has battled back quickly and just may prove to be one of the most important pieces to a revamped Seminole offensive line.
July 4, 2006

Q & A with Matt Hardrick

Big Matt Hardrick just returned from Hargrave Military Academy and if all goes well the 6-foot-5 and 345 pounder will head up to Tallahassee in late June. Renegade caught up with him for the latest?
May 26, 2006

Breaking News!

The Seminoles signed top offensive line prospect Matt Hardrick of Orlando Edgewater in the class of 2005 but he didn't qualify academically. Since then, the 6-foot4- and 340 pound standout has been making very good progress at Hargrave Military Academy. Did he make the grade? We also got word on the status of defensive end Justin Mincey.
May 24, 2006

Hargrave 2005 Combine Results

There's a reason why over 200 college coaches flock to Chatham, Va. every year; Coach Robert Prunty's Hargrave Tigers are once again loaded with athletes. While the weather outside was ice and snow, the Tigers heated up the track on the indoor running surface, and legions of coaches were there to take in the action. Here are the results from yesterday's action.
December 6, 2005

Prep Schools Take The Stage

Defense and offensive linemen are the strong point this year with postgraduate prep school programs. With Chatham, Va. Hargrave Military Academy rotating in two-deep defensive line that contains three players rated as five star prospects, a four star defensive end, and a three star defensive end, it is no wonder why over 100 college coaches will be in attendance at next week's combine.
December 1, 2005

One on One with Matt Hardrick

There is no question that in the world of recruiting, the offensive line position is priority No. 1 for the Florida State football program this year. With the current unit ravished by injuries and the status of those hurt Seminoles in question for the spring practice period, the pressing need to get more and more big bodies in Tallahassee come January has put added pressure on a position already under the microscope.
November 23, 2005