Ted Ginn Sr., the head coach at Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville, has certainly had some outstanding college prospects including of course his son. It almost seems a recruiting season would not be complete if there wasn't at least one major college prospect at Glenville. Next season will be no different.
Glenville junior wide receiver Ray Small is attracting interest from many Division 1 programs.
The 6-foot-0, 190 pounder, was Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edwards' starting tailback his freshman season before he transfered to Glenville and moved to wide receiver his sophomore year. This season he again is playing wide receiver, as well as some cornerback. Small also returns punts and kickoffs.
Glenville defeated St. Edwards 32-7 in the state playoffs over the weekend to raise the Tarblooders record to 10-1. Small has close to 40 receptions and seven touchdowns on the season.
"It was kind of good beating my old team," Small said.
The conversation then turned to recruiting with the second team all-Ohio selection.
"I like Ohio State, USC, Miami, probably Pitt, Iowa, and Wisconsin," Small said. "All of them send mail.
"Verbally Ball State, Akron, Indiana, and Illinois have offered me. My favorite school is USC. I've liked them since I was little."