Five Centaur Football Players Offered Scholarships
August 9, 2018
Five standout football players on the Culver City Centaurs have garnered coveted Division-1 scholarship offers from some of the nation's top universities.
Dominick Tatum, who plays both on offense and on defense, received nine D-1 offers. He gave Nevada a verbal commitment but UCLA and Colorado have told him they will be watching his performance in the first three games of the season and may make him offers of their own.
Receiver and safety Jamal Glaspie caught 48 balls last season for the Centaurs and also caught the eyes of many scouts. He received seven D-1 offers.
Glaspie said he especially likes Fresno State's program and staff, but had not committed as of this writing.
Kevin McGuire had 62 catches as a sophomore and 49 as a junior. He accepted an offer to attend the University of Idaho.
Allen Smith, who plays both cornerback and in the slot, already received a formal offer from the University of Wyoming. At least two West Coast have also shown an interest.
Smith forms a dynamic duo at corner with junior Khary Crump, the other “mirror” cornerback. Crump has recently been offered scholarships to PAC-12 schools Oregon and Arizona. Tennessee has also shown serious interest.
College scouts are also looking at other Centaur players and may make them scholarship offers in the fall. They include left tackle Amir Hodge; right tackle Kofi Karikari; linebacker Cortez Wright; slot man Tyler Luckett; running back Joshua Ford and corner Andrew Brown.