It stands to reason that the son of one of the most accomplished dual-threat QBs in NFL history would take after his father.
On Tuesday, reports surfaced that Syracuse had offered a football scholarship to Randall Cunningham Jr., a dual-threat QB out of Las Vegas’ Bishop Gorman High School. The son of the former four-time NFL Pro Bowler and UNLV star also has offers from his dad’s alma mater and Baylor as well as interest from nine other programs.
It’s worth mentioning that the younger Cunningham is just a junior but is already 6-foot-5 and 185 pounds and runs a 4.6 40-yard dash. If he gets bigger and better in advance of his senior season, there will be many more teams offering him a scholarship with hopes that he can duplicate his famous father’s gridiron accomplishments.