Cherry Hill (N.J.) Camden Catholic tight end Sherard Cadogan planned to take his fourth official visit this past weekend. However, the 6-foot-3, 227-pounder had to reschedule.
"Right now I'm thinking about going to South Carolina when they play Florida I believe on November 14th," he said. "I have to talk it over with my head coach.
"I still have my official to Michigan State on October 23rd as well. It's going to be my first time going up there and they have a great campus and I want to see that. I'm hoping to talk to the players and coaches, find out more about engineering and talk to those teachers."
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In the previous two weeks, Cadogan visited Wisconsin and West Virginia for officials.
"I went on my first visit to Pittsburgh and it was a city campus with the Steelers around," he said. "I went on my next two trips and wanted to see a college campus, Wisconsin and West Virginia. Everything around there is college football. Everything closes down when Saturday begins. They both support their team.
"One thing about Wisconsin that really stuck out was the education. They have a great education program. I also loved the coaches, they know how to play the tight end there and I love the way they move him around a lot, putting him in the slot.
"With West Virginia, they want me as a defensive end, outside linebacker. One thing I like about them is how fast the defense is. They play a high-speed type of defense, up and down. That's what I like to do."
Meanwhile, this season Cadogan has helped his team to a 3-1 start.
"We're doing pretty well," he said. "We're getting better every week. I'm doing well. Offensively I'm getting double and triple teamed, but my teammates are getting open and as long as we're winning that's fine with me. Defensively, I do what I have to. Last game I had nine tackles, one sack and a few for loss."