Kendall Sheffield Confirmed To Go To Ohio State

Kendall Sheffield Confirmed To Go To Ohio State


Kendall Sheffield should be heading to Ohio State University based on reports confirmed by his father and other sources. Sheffield, who is 185 pounds and 6 feet tall, was accompanied by his parents to Ohio State during the weekend of November 26 when the Buckeyes went to double overtime to beat Michigan 30-27. Sheffield was considering Texas, Texas A&M and Ohio State, and it seemed like Sheffield was not favoring Texas A&M. However, Texas seemed to be more of a favorite over Ohio State because of the location. Texas did seem to relax their push; therefore, Ohio State became the leading place to prospect for Sheffield to move to the next level.

Kendall Sheffield went to the Missouri City (Texas) Fort Bend Marshall High School where he was a highly rated player. In addition, Sheffield also has a year of college experience to add to his high school accolades, so he is seen as a player with promise who can quickly amass some playing time. In rating systems Sheffield is rated as a 4-star prospect. He is also the Number 1 cornerback, the Number 2 Texas prospect and the overall Number 4 junior college prospect. Quite a get for the Buckeyes going into 2017.

Kendall Sheffield || Ultimate Career Highlights


Sheffield played two years at Ohio State after leaving Blinn College. His final year, 2018, he was one of the starting corner-backs for the Buckeyes. During that year he led OSU in passes defended and breakups while securing two interceptions. IN 2017 he had 9 pass break-ups with 40 tackles. Sheffield declared for the NFL and was drafted in the 4th round, 111th pick, by the Atlanta Falcons in 2019.
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