Zach Jordan using his length and great feet to create outside running lanes and protect his QB… @ZachJordan2026 @BgBadBoyz @PurplesFootball @KyHighFootball @minguabeefjerky @1776Bank @840WHAS

This is why we do it!

’26 OL is thriving presently; might we see more from him at DE?

Zach Jordan has been impressing onlookers throughout the first two years of his varsity playing career. The 6’4,” 220-pound OL played in all 15 of the Purples’ games this past Fall. Bowling Green Senior High would go 12-3 and win the 5A football title in ’23. The scary thing is…they were a young team in ’23. The Purples figure to be even better in ’24 and that doesn’t bode well for a classification Senior High has been dominating since Frederick Douglass’s move to 6A.

HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball

Sophomore season highlights

College players will find the lineup over the course of their sophomore seasons. We have no idea from where that originated; but, we have heard it so often it now seems to be “common knowledge” in the high school football world.

Zach Jordan from Bowling Green (Senior) High certainly found the field his sophomore year. He played in all 15 of the Purples’ games in ’23 and was just outstanding.

The Purples threw for over 3,700-yards and 47-TDs. The Purples ran for nearly 1,500-yards and another 33-TDs. The offense scored close to 44-points a night. The offensive line, of which Jordan is an integral part, deserves some credit for this; if not the lion’s share.

If you review the film we have above linked, you will notice Jordan has elite size and length and his frame doesn’t look finished to us. He figures to get taller and longer, scary propositions.

Jordan uses his size well and plays physically. Jordan uses his wing span to stun and overpower opponents. Jordan is able to adapt to the opponent’s pushback and use his considerable strength to beat defenders.

Jordan is a bully…when he should be

Friday Night Fletch

Jordan has quick, nimble feet. Jordan runs his feet until the whistle blows and finishes blocks with an angry disposition.

Jordan is a bully on Friday nights. Football is a game where bullies thrive.

Jordan has been tearing up the camp/combine circuit so far. Jordan attended the Southern Kentucky Elite combine and came away its MVP.

Jordan plays for one of the more storied programs in the KHSAA. The Purples just won the program’s 8th-title, second under Coach Spader.

Can Spader and crew keep the titles rolling? Five Jordan types, up-front, certainly wouldn’t hurt.

This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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Two-time winner of Kentucky Press Association awards for excellence in writing and reporting news stories while Managing Editor of the Jackson (KY) Times-Voice

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