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Cosh Fan of Big 12 Offenses
Scout.com: Reflect on last season and all you accomplished? Cosh: First, I was very lucky to play in such a good system with great teammates. I felt a lot of pressure following in Nick Elko's (current member of Delaware State University football team) footsteps because he was such a great player and accomplished so much. But as I gained experience and the season went on I became a lot more comfortable. Scout.com: What did you learn most from Nick Elko? Cosh: Nick and I are different in our personalities. Nick is quieter and always steady; I am much more emotional and outspoken. But I learned to be more of a cool customer watching Nick. I learned to keep my composure and it helped me play better and handle hostile environments like the Linganore High School playoff game last year. Scout.com: What have been doing since the season ended? Cosh: I went down to the U.S. Army Combine. It was awesome to compete against the other great quarterbacks from around the country. I was really excited to have that opportunity and have the big time exposure. It was a very organized event. Scout.com: What other plans do you have this offseason? Cosh: I will be attending the Nike Elite 11 at Penn State and the Nike Camp at Virginia the first week in May. I will be playing for Team Maryland in the National 7 v 7 tourney at Rutgers. I am excited about being able to compete against the very best. I will also visit some colleges throughout the spring and summer. I will take some day trips to the schools showing me the most interest? Scout.com: Which schools have offered you so far? Cosh: Kansas State and Towson have offered me. I hear a lot from Syracuse, where I am fortunate to have my high school teammate, wide receiver Alec Lemon going next year. I also hear from East Carolina, North Carolina, Penn State, Oklahoma State, Missouri and Texas Tech. Those schools are evaluating my film right now. I love the Big 12 offenses. I am a big fan of the systems they run. Some people have said I remind them of Chase Daniel which I take as a great compliment because he is a great player and has had so much success. He is a player that I have followed and become a big fan. Scout.com: Your father, Chris, is the Assistant Head Coach/Co-Defensive Coordinator at Kansas State. How has his experience as a longtime, successful college coach helped you as a player and now a big time recruit? Cosh: My dad has always been about the fundamentals. He always said that if you do the little things right, that big things will occur. He has spent a lot of time with me and my brother J.J. (current member of the Naval Academy football team) always emphasizing the right way to do things. He taught me to pay attention to details and that stressing fundamentals will lead to success. He has also helped me so much with the college coaches. He tells me what they are looking for in student-athletes. How I should talk with them and how I should handle myself at all times. I am very fortunate to have a father that knows the process so well and can give me the guidance I need. Cosh reports a 3.3 GPA and is taking the SAT in March.
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