Found October 05, 2012 on 85% Sports:
During every college football season, new names pop up on rosters that nobody except die-hard fans seem to have hear about.  Sometimes these guys are already upperclassmen and coaches are looking for them to make a huge impact.  We’ve seen it work out before with players like Cam Newton and Nick Fairley.  These players have also failed to live up to expectations such as some quick footed receiver by the name of Kenny O’Neal. In this article, we’ll take a look at the story of two highly ranked JuCo wide receivers who were expected to make an impact immediately after arriving on campus.  Both Courtney Gardner and Cordarrelle Patterson were 4* WRs on Rivals 2012 Prospect Rankings.  Patterson was ranked #4 in the JuCo rankings and Gardner #12. First up is Mr. Cordarrelle (CORE-dare-uhl ) Patterson of the Tennessee Volunteers.  He is originally from Northwestern High School in South Carolina and finished up High School with 75 passes for almost 950 yards and 18 touchdowns.  He had the n...
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