Prospect Update: Rodney Kinlaw


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Rodney Kinlaw.


Rodney Kinlaw


Running Back - Goose Creek, SC (Stratford HS)

#9 Prospect in South Carolina





Vitals:

5-10, 185, 4.35

320lbs bench, 460 lbs squat


Stats:

Rushed for 1783 yards
and 33 touchdowns. Averaged 8.4 yards per carry.  Selected to Shrine Bowl.


Offers:

South Carolina

Clemson

Penn State

Virginia Tech

Wake Forest

 




Visits w/ player comments:


Clemson 1/10 - "I like the coaches and players. It's a good environment."

 


Penn State 1/17 - "They have good academics.  I like the setting of their
school.  It's in the rural part."



Virginia Tech 1/24 - "I like the players and the coaching staff."

 




Leaders:


They are all about even.  They are all great schools.  I can't go
wrong with any of them.  I just have to go with my heart and keep praying
about it up until the day I am ready to decide."





How was your trip to Clemson?

"It went good. It was very interesting.  I learned a lot."



What were some of the things you learned?

"Just mostly academic wise and the majors."

Who was your player host
and did you know them?

"Tye Hill.  We ran track together."



Are all three school recruiting you as a RB?

"Yes."



When do you think you have a decision?

"Early February.  Right before signing day."



* Listen to "Plyler on Sports" weekdays 4-7PM on 1070AM in Upstate SC. Also
Listen to the Logan Steakhouse's Sunday Night Recruiting Show with Mickey Plyler
every Sunday night from 7 to 9 on 1070AM and 103.1 FM in Upstate SC. *

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