- United States
- Toledo, OH
- High School
- Current Team
- Ohio State
- 1988, 1989, 1990
Post-OSU Update: After leaving Ohio State, Corey Pargo tried out for several NFL teams, but did not play in the NFL. He played two seasons in the World Football League, though. After his playing days, Pargo went into high school coaching. (updated: Nov. 2022)
Major: Undecided (1988-90)
Weight: 280 (1989-90), 290 (1988)
1990 Media Guide: Outstanding nose guard prospect who needs experience to develop his full potential … did not practice or play as a freshman and logged just six minutes of playing time last year, so he is still in the early learning stages of his career … started to play well at the end of spring practice and coaches are hopeful he will continue to show improvement in the fall … has surprising quickness for a player his size, but OSU coaches would prefer to see him play at about 270 … considered one of the top high school players in the country as a senior.
1989: Played in the first four games, but a series of injuries kept him out the rest of the year.
1989 Media Guide: A promising young player who had to sit out last year … coaches are anxious to see how quickly he can come back from the forced layoff … excellent prospect at the nose because of his combination of size and quickness … one of the top high school players in the country as a senior and the object of nationwide recruiting attention, but at this point an unknown commodity.
1988: Unable to play or practice.
HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team all-state pick as a senior … a standout on both offense and defense … rated as one of the best offensive line prospects in the nation … a two-year captain … lists his greatest thrill as recovering a fumble for a touchdown as a senior … also won the state shot put title.
PERSONAL: Nickname is ”Big Daddy” … wants to major in broadcasting.