Cedrick Hawkins committed to play for Ohio State in 2023 on January 1st 2022 during the half-time break of the Rose Bowl. Out of Titusville Cocoa Florida High School. At 6'0" 175 lbs. Hawkins is considered a four star prospect, 20th best safety in the country, and the 40th best recruit from Florida. Follows Sonny Styles as a top safety for 2023 going to the Buckeyes. Of course Styles reclassified to 2022 and will be on campus a year earlier than 2023 recruits.
Who's Recruiting Cedrick Hawkins
Tony Alford recruited Hawkins for Ohio State, Chris Marve and Marcus Woodson for Florida State, Darlin Hinshaw Kentucky, JaJuan Seider for Penn State, Chad Scott for West Virginia, Kevin Smith for Mississippi, and Cam Aiken for South Florida.
Offers and Favorites
He has 21 scholarship offers including Penn State, Florida, and Florida State.
Cedrick Hawkins Visits
Hawkins visited September 18th to Florida, July 25th to Florida State, and June 5th and June 9th he was at the Florida State Seminoles camp. Made a trip to Ohio State in June of 2022 with a number of other Florida players.
Crystal Ball Predictions
Sam Spiegelman predicted Hawkins would select Ohio State on 1-1-2022.
In 2021: Hawkins had 117 tackles and 3 for loss. 4 Interceptions, 3 fumble recoveries, and 1 forced fumble. In 2020: 29 tackles and 4 interceptions. And in 2019: 63 tackles, 13 pass breakups, and 5 interceptions. Hawkins has a cousin in Javian Hawkins playing for Louisville as a running back. He also runs track in high school (sprints, long jump).
Cedrick Hawkins: Ohio State 2023 commitment opens up on his decision to commit to the Buckeyes