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2017 4* CB Chevin Calloway


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Picked up an AU offer today ...

Blessed & humbled to receive an offer from Auburn University #wareagles #sec



Chevin Calloway, CB

Dallas, TX (Bishop Dunne)

Ht: 5'10 | Wt: 180 | 40: 4.45

  • Recruiter: McGriff
  • AU offer 5/01/16

247Sports: 4*

ESPN: 4*

Rivals: 4*

Scout: 4*

Calloway has some very unique skills. He carries himself with confidence and plays the game with an edge at the position, which I love and you do need some of that swagger when pitted against elite receivers. He is able to stay in a receivers hip pocket and will come up and lay a big hit. He is very quick in and out of his breaks and his burst and change of direction are at the top of the charts. He shows a nose for the football, as seen in his special teams plays where he is a kick blocking specialist. -GP


Ask Bishop Dunne coach Michael Johnson about Calloway, and his story reminds you of the athlete every coach wants on his team. Johnson will give the speech about Calloway being one of the first on the field and one of the last to leave. He'll talk about Calloway's leadership ability, despite being only a junior.

But watching Calloway perform on the field will easily help to cosign Johnson's comments. If he isn't making a jarring hit, he's serving his team as a ball-hawking defender looking for an interception. There's a reason why Johnson calls Calloway "the hardest-working athlete I have ever coached."

"Chevin is a smooth and explosive athlete who has excellent hips," Johnson said. "His press coverage is suburb, and his field awareness is excellent. He is a hard worker who trains like he is the last man on the roster, but that is what makes him great."


Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Auburn, Baylor, California, Colorado, Duke, Illinois, Iowa, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Texas, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon State, TCU, Texas, Texas-San Antonio, Tulsa, UCLA and Wisconsin, among others.

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