Cornelius “Tank” Carradine will announce his decision between Georgia, Florida State and Ohio State this afternoon.
That’s the word from his high school coach, who will be meeting with the star defensive end from Butler County (Kan.) Community College to discuss those options over the next few hours. Carradine is a 6-foot-5, 265 pound defensive end who is the No. 2-ranked junior college player in America, according Rivals.com.
“Everyone is wanting to know what he’s going to do,” said Mike Martin, Carradine’s coach at Taft High in Cincinnati. “He’s a hot commodity. He’s a defense end who wreaks havoc when he gets to the quarterback and everybody wants that.”
Carradine led the National Junior College Athletic Association with 16 quarterback sacks as a sophomore this season. He