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Euclid Cummings


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Worth Noting

The 6-foot-3, 230-pound Georgia Tech signee was a pass-rushing force off the edge for 3-7 Centennial. Two of his eight sacks came in a victory over Campbell, and he had another several in a loss to Lassiter, in addition to forcing two fumbles. Four of his 45 tackles were for losses, and he recovered two fumbles and forced six others. He committed to Tech after visiting only that school, waving off a tentatively planned visit to Georgia.

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Strengths

His good first step makes him one of the state's best pass rushers. He also has a no-quit motor and finishes plays well. Fundamentally, he has the tools to play at the next level.

Questionables

Having played only two seasons of football, the game still doesn't come entirely naturally to Cummings. He's working to better understand situations, including how to throttle his pass rush and read blocks better. In short, he's working on the game's nuances.

Player Updates


UGA, Georgia Tech, Tennessee coaches visit Centennial DE

10:19 a.m. Friday, December 5, 2008

Centennial's Euclid Cummings was a popular player with college coaches today. He received visits from Georgia offensive line coach Stacy Searels, Georgia Tech receivers coach Buzz Preston and Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin. The new Volunteers coach made a favorable impression on the 6-foot-4, 230-pound defensive end. "I like [Kiffin]," Cummings said. "He seemed to be an honest person. He kept it real with me." In recent weeks, Cummings has said he's considering scholarship offers from Georgia Tech, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. So is Cummings now interested in Georgia? "I would be if they offer me," he said.

New Tennessee coach to meet Georgia prospects on Thursday

4:15 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, 2008

New Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin plans to be in Georgia on Thursday to meet with two of the state's top prospects, according to Centennial coach Jeff Measor. Kifffin is scheduled to talk with Centennial defensive end Euclid Cummings, who is one of the state's top uncommitted players and hearing from Georgia Tech and Florida. Kiffin will also greet Milton fullback Toney Williams, who is committed to Tennessee but was looking around at other schools after the departure of Phil Fulmer. A chief purpose of the visit is to reassure both players that the Volunteers' program is stable under new leadership. "He's going to see Toney to reassure him, then come get to know Euclid," Measor said. "It's a chance for Euclid to get out of class for a sec, meet [Kiffin] for a few minutes, match a face to the name and whatnot. They'll tell him they like him a lot, are still interested in him a lot, etc." Kiffin, a former coach of the Oakland Raiders and assistant at Southern California, is making rounds during the open contact period with high school players, which began this week. Measor said the Vols' 21st head coach is coming with assistant coach Latrell Scott, Tennessee's primary recruiter in Georgia.

Georgia Tech coaches hitting the recruiting trail

11:43 a.m. Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson and assistant Brian Bohannon were scheduled to visit quarterback Jordan Luallen of Center Grove High in Greenwood, Ind. on Sunday. But the visit was delayed several days. "They were supposed to be here on Sunday, but they wound up rescheduling," said Luallen, a Tech commit who led Center Grove to the Class 5A state championship on Saturday. "They wanted to give us some time to celebrate our big victory." Tech coaches will travel to Valdosta on Tuesday to meet with offensive lineman Antonio Foster, who committed to the Jackets last month. Courtney Dalcourt of Franklin-Simpson (Kent.) High, who is high on Tech's quarterback wish list, will receive an in-home visit on Wednesday or Thursday. Euclid Cummings, a defensive end for Centennial, confirmed that Tech coaches are scheduled to meet with him on Thursday. Tech commit Orwin Smith of Central High in Phenix City, Ala. said Jackets coaches will visit him on Thursday. Quarterback David Sims of Calhoun County (S.C), who committed to the Jackets nearly two weeks ago, will receive a visit from Tech on Friday. Jacket coaches will conduct in-home visits with Tech commits Jeremy Moore of Johnson High in Austin, Tex. and Luella's Roderick Sweeting on Tuesday Dec. 9.

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