6-3, 302-pound North Stafford (Garrisonville, VA) defensive tackle Cordarrow Thompson decided to take an official visit to Marshall University this past weekend. How was the experience?
“It went well,” Thompson said. He does have an official offer from Marshall. “I had fun up there.”
Like every other school, Marshall is recruiting Thompson to play defensive tackle. On his visit, the Marshall coaches explained just how early they’d want him on the field.
“They said they’d probably want me to start my freshman year,” Thompson said.
Playing time does not appear to be a significant issue, as Thompson says “I don’t mind red-shirting.”
As for his remaining plans, Thompson has an official visit set for this weekend.
“I’m going to [Virginia] Tech this weekend,” Thompson said. Tech has not officially offered at this point but is expected to soon, possibly while Thompson is on his visit.
Last year, Thompson committed to Syracuse but reneged after head coach Paul Pasquoloni was dismissed. He has yet to meet with new head coach Greg Robinson, but believes they will meet sometime this week.
“I’m just relaxing right now,” Thompson said. “I haven’t committed anywhere yet. I’ll probably have a final decision around Signing Day.”
A very good defensive tackle, Thompson earned first-team all-metro and Defensive Player of the Year honors from the Washington Post.
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