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Player: Cole Underwood

Hometown: Denton, TX

Position: OT

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 255 lbs

40 time: TBD

Visit Date:

Scholarships: Illinois, Kansas, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, SMU, Stanford, TCU, Wake Forest

Favorites: Alabama, Arizona, Illinois, Kansas, Kansas State, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue, SMU, Stanford, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest

 

COMMITTED TO STANFORD

 

recently moved from TE to OT

 

Rivals: :star:star:star

Scout: :star:star:star

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We may have an in with this guy...he has already visited and his move from TE to RT was to replace 2009 NU signee, Jesse Coffey.

 

Some schools are looking at him at DT.

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Wow that was completely unexpected. This guy was a visitor for the spring game and doesnt he have a coach that was a player at NU? I thought we were going to be in really good position for this guy.

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Stanford is a pretty prestigious college, he must be an academic type.

 

Ya, going out to Cali and getting a degree from a prestigious school like Stanford is pretty tempting. Harbaugh is doing a good job recruiting and has that program on the right track.

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Stanford is a pretty prestigious college, he must be an academic type.

 

Nothing wrong with that...

 

Stanford is selling the s*** out of their academics

 

“What really sold me,” says Underwood, “I got to meet the professor of the major (business sports management and finance) that I have been interested in. For quite some time from what I understand he’s the best in the world.”

 

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but he did say he had a good time at the spring game

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i am sure every school is going to tout their professors and academics, but really, would you expect a 17 year old kid to know, for sure, if a certain prof is world class? although Stanford is a prestigious institution, i would rather do some research on someone's profs, before i took a recommendation, but that's just me.........

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