Of course, we don’t believe Harlan, Kentucky’s Jordan Steele is exactly Superman; but, a lot of Coaches who had to face New Harlan Middle this year might well disagree. Jordan is 6’2″ 260 pound Offensive Tackle who is one of Kentucky’s most celebrated rising frosh. Jordan plays Offensive Line with a nasty disposition and a tenacity well exceeding his years and gets downhill and drives into defensive linemen making them play in the defensive second level instead of permitting admission into the offensive backfield.
Jordan has played for “Team Kentucky FBU” twice and has made both the EastBay All-American Game and the FBU All-American game which was played in San Antonio, Texas. Jordan has the length and heft coupled with the mobility line coaches crave both on the prep and collegiate levels. When the Kentucky Future Stars take the field this July in Clarksville, Tennessee, you can bet your bottom dollar Jordan will be stationed at one of the Tackle posts for Kentucky.
Kentucky Prep Gridiron predicts Jordan will be a Saturday player and probably start for his High School Varsity Team this upcoming Fall campaign and remember, do as Jordan Steele does and…PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!
Epilogue: Jordan didn’t try out for Kentucky Future Stars and has announced he will be attending a high school in Georgia (Patterson Prep) to play High School Football. We wish him well, as we are sure Harlan County, Kentucky does too.