Buford HS shapes up another top OL 

February, 16, 2012
Buford (Ga.) High School, one of the premier programs in the Southeast in the last decade, has produced some high-caliber offensive linemen in the past five years. In 2009, Dallas Lee signed with Georgia, and in 2010, Kolton Houston did the same. DuVon Millsap signed with South Carolina the same year before enrolling at Itawamba Community College. Last year Vadal Alexander signed with LSU. And in 2013, it’s possible this pipeline of offensive linemen to the SEC could continue with Josh Cardiello.

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Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comJosh Cardiello had initially listed Auburn, FSU and Georgia as his top schools, but after his first two offers he has opened things up for South Carolina and Florida.
After competing at Dawg Night last summer and attending Georgia's home game against Kentucky, Cardiello took part in the Rising Seniors program in December, starting in the Georgia Junior Bowl in Atlanta. Several programs had been showing interest, and a week ago Cardiello got his first offer from Florida. On Monday, South Carolina offered; on Tuesday, Georgia followed.

“It has been crazy,” Cardiello said. “Getting three SEC offers has been fun, and now I am looking forward to talking to the coaches more and getting to see what these schools are all about.”
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