Junior cover corner, Rashad Causey, comes from under the football tutelage of Roger Harriott at University School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. In terms of recruiting, the options available to Causey are plentiful. Coming off of the 3A State Championship season Causey’s top three collegiate choices are -South Carolina, Miami, and the University of Florida.
“I like Miami. I grew up liking Miami. The tradition, and what Al Golden is doing is what I like the most.”
The 6-foot 170 pound Causey runs a 4.45 in the 40 and has a nose for the football. He was named the co-fastest man at one of June’s Al Golden Football Camps with fellow 2015 recruit John Humphrey, Jr.
Causey appears to have the attributes that defensive back coach Paul Williams wants to bring to the University of Miami.
“You really want a smart and tough kid. Those are the things that we talk about all the time. I think those are the two prerequisites that you want, then you want a guy that can run. If you’ve got those three things and you’ve got a competitive personality, then you’re going to develop into a pretty good defensive back.
Williams offered Causey in June after the conclusion of the one-day Miami camp.
Causey’s instinctive play and his speed are the two things that help him play defensive back so naturally. Four games in and Causey has 17 tackles and a interception. The Suns have been making every team on their schedule look non-threatening so far this season. Which is impressive considering the brutal schedule they have.
This week’s opponent is district rival Somerset Academy.
“I’m looking forward to making big plays this game. It’s a district game. We’re looking to come out aggressive.”
Written by Kenneth Patterson, a recruiting writer for CaneINsider and former FCS quarterback at North Carolina Central University.
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