If you don't know Cameron Ordway, you should.
He is a 6-foot-1, 170 pound athlete out of Pulaski (Tenn.) Giles County who can run.
Ordway is smooth on the field, he has great length, and he is a cornerback out of a small town in Tennessee that will see his recruitment take off as more schools see him.
He has quick feet, long arms, he transitions well in coverage, and he is very fluid.
You see the burst in person and you see his athleticism.
At a Tennessee Playmakers 7on tryout in Franklin, Tenn. Sunday, Ordway stood out.
He has offers from Cincinnati, Memphis, Mississippi State, and Vanderbilt - More will come.
Georgia and Ohio State are showing interest in the talented junior who helped his team reach the state championship game this past fall. The Buckeyes have been a school Ordway's cheered for.
"I really do not know why, but I have just always liked Ohio State," said Ordway. "I just like the team, the way they play, and it has been my favorite school for a few years."
Look for the Buckeyes to take a strong look at Ordway. His size, athleticism, and ball skills will push him up the charts are more coaches get a chance to see and evaluate him.
He is not ranked by Scout at this time, but he will be in the near future. Ordway is a top 10 prospect in the state of Tennessee, maybe top five.
The name is not known outside of the local area in Tennessee right now, but Scout expects it to be in the coming months.