Today we will look at Mississippi's #2 preseason ranked prospect…
Hardy Working Hard
Kendrick Hardy profile Lawrence County is just over two weeks away from their season opener. Kendrick believes the team will be ready to compete for a district title and possibly more. "We're looking good," said Kendrick. "Our offensive line is doing good. I think I am a little tougher this year. I am blocking better this year. I think we should do pretty good this year. We need our defense to step up a little bit, but we should have a good year." Hardy is not one who spends a lot of time on the phone talking with college coaches. He is not planning to make an early decision, so the expectation is to spend more time building relationships once his senior season is complete. "I haven't really been talking to anybody," said Kendrick. "The last coach I talked to was Coach Nix (Ole Miss) and that's been a few weeks. He told me about what they do up there with their running backs. He said if I run hard I can come in and get a starting spot." Kendrick hopes to take in some college games later this fall in an effort to get a first hand look at the game day atmosphere. "I want to go to some games, but it depends on how much work I have to do," said Hardy. "I would like to go to some games though." The Lawrence County product holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss and Tulane. A pair of those schools recently added commitments at his position and Kendrick took notice. "I know Ole Miss got a dude committed from Memphis (Gabriel Hunter) and Mississippi State got a running back too (Montrell Conner)," said Hardy. "I am still looking at both of them. I know wherever I go I am going to have to work hard."
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