Randall Cunningham Jr. offered scholarship from Syracuse
Randall Cunningham Jr. comes from a family of tremendous athletes that is highlighted by his father, Randall Cunningham. As you may know, Cunningham played 11 seasons in the NFL and was a four-time Pro Bowl quarterback. His son, who is also a quarterback, has been offered a scholarship from Syracuse University.
Cunningham Jr. plays high school football at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas. He is listed at 6-foot-5, 185 pounds and is a dual-threat quarterback who can make plays with his arm and legs — much like his old man.
#Syracuse has offered Dual-threat quarterback Randall Cunningham Jr. out of Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman.
— Ryan Murray (@SUonRivals) March 5, 2013
Murray also pointed out that Cunningham Jr. is a stud on his high school track team and has been offered a track scholarship from UCLA. Check out these photos of Cunningham Jr. breaking the National High Jump record last summer with a jump of 7 feet, 1 inch.
Cunningham Jr. is clearly a tremendous athlete and only a junior in high school (see some of his highlights here), so I’m guessing Syracuse won’t be his only offer to play football. We saw what his old man could do with a football in his hands, and it looks like Jr. may be even more athletically gifted.
H/T SB Nation