Westerville (Ohio) South wide receiver B.J. Cunningham played organized football for the first time his sophomore year. By the end of the season he was on the varsity for the state playoffs.
The 6-foot-1 and 185-pound Cunningham has made a quick rise, establishing himself as one of the top offensive performers in central-Ohio.
Cunningham caught 41 passes for 700 yards during his junior season. Cunningham averaged 17 yards per reception and scored 15 times.
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Cunningham also has been a varsity starter on the South basketball team since his sophomore year. He averaged 17 points per game during his junior season.
"I have offers for football, but not basketball," Cunningham said. "So it looks like football in college. Miami of Ohio and Toledo have offered."
When asked who else he is interested in, Cunningham said, "Maryland, North Carolina, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ball State, that's the ones I can think of right now."
Cunningham said he is receiving mail from all of the schools he mentioned.
"I'm going to visit some schools during spring break, definitely Miami," Cunningham said. "(But) I don't have a favorite."