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Cordera Eason
RB #36
Height:
6-0
Weight:
233
College:
Mississippi
Hometown:
Meridian, MS
Experience:
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A four-year Ole Miss letterman, Eason helped the Rebels to back-to-back 9-4 seasons, with Cotton Bowl victories, in his final two years in the program … Played from 2006-09, with 46 games played and 12 starts … Totaled 801 rushing yards on 186 carries (4.3) with four TDs, and had 14 receptions for 121 yards and two TDs … Had his most productive year in 2008, as a junior, when he made all 12 of his starts and ranked second on team in rushing yards (647) … Scored three rushing TDs and two receiving TDs as a junior … Had two 100-yard rushing games in ’08, including 14-for-104 in victory vs. Auburn and 14-for-106 with a TD vs. Louisiana-Monroe … Saw more limited action as a senior, rushing for 133 yards and a TD and catching four passes for 39 yards … Hometown is Meridian, Miss. … Attended Meridian High School, where he rushed for 1934 yards and 21 TDs as a senior … As a prep senior, earned first-team all-state honors and got All-America mention from SuperPrep, PrepStar and Tom Lemming … Social work major at Ole Miss … Made the school’s Athletics Association honor roll for Fall 2009 … First name is pronounced “kor-DAIR-uh” … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-10.
A four-year Ole Miss letterman, Eason helped the Rebels to back-to-back 9-4 seasons, with Cotton Bowl victories, in his final two years in the program … Played from 2006-09, with 46 games played and 12 starts … Totaled 801 rushing yards on 186 carries (4.3) with four TDs, and had 14 receptions for 121 yards and two TDs … Had his most productive year in 2008, as a junior, when he made all 12 of his starts and ranked second on team in rushing yards (647) … Scored three rushing TDs and two receiving TDs as a junior … Had two 100-yard rushing games in ’08, including 14-for-104 in victory vs. Auburn and 14-for-106 with a TD vs. Louisiana-Monroe … Saw more limited action as a senior, rushing for 133 yards and a TD and catching four passes for 39 yards … Hometown is Meridian, Miss. … Attended Meridian High School, where he rushed for 1934 yards and 21 TDs as a senior … As a prep senior, earned first-team all-state honors and got All-America mention from SuperPrep, PrepStar and Tom Lemming … Social work major at Ole Miss … Made the school’s Athletics Association honor roll for Fall 2009 … First name is pronounced “kor-DAIR-uh” … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-10.

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