Jacksonville WR Has Four Offers


by -
    |
Recruiting Home Search Recruits Recruiting Board
Roderick Owens - Wide Receiver
Height: 6-1   Weight: 165   Hometown: Jacksonville, FL (Wolfson HS)   Class: 2005




Rod Owens is a three sport athlete who has not been real interested in his recruiting process this summer.

"North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, and Central Florida have offered, but there are more I would have to ask my coaches who they are. I have focused my attention this summer on getting ready for the upcoming season."

After playing football and basketball, and then running track, Owens has tried to rest his legs this summer. "I've focused on working on my upper body strength. Last season, I felt like my legs were tired, so I have tried to rest my legs this summer."

Owens attended camps at Central Florida and Florida this summer. "They both went well. I thought I could have performed better at the Florida camp than what I did."

This season Owens will make the transition from running back to wide receiver. "I think my vision and open field running abilities will be my strengths at receiver. I love the deep routes."

Owens is being recruited to play both sides of the ball in college, but he did not hesitate when asked which he would prefer playing. "I want to play offense in college."

He is expecting a big year this season, but Owens knows he is not alone in working hard to prepare. "As long as no one gets a big head, we will be fine. We are not the only team that has been working hard for the upcoming season. If we keep our heads right, we can go places."

Owens plans on running track as well as playing football at the college level.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Roderick Owens Recruiting Profile
Send Feedback to TigerNet Staff: Email | Comment
    |
Loading...

Bowden: Respect comes with consistency for Clemson

Sammy Watkins believes the Earth is flat

Former Tigers welcome Stephone Anthony to Miami

Pigskin Prophet: Basketball school and bandwagon edition

Clemson DL ranked in McShay's Top 32 prospects

Swinney responds to Kirk Herbstreit on Clemson's playoff chances

Former Clemson OL Hairston out for season

Steve Spurrier says Clemson should be ranked No. 1 ahead of Alabama

Rudolph out for the season, Swinney looks for freshmen to step up
State
Position
Last Name

Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Updates
Daily Digest