Trinity dominated the state of Kentucky on the way to another state championship. Many of the major contributors to the team were young players like sophomore Jabari Jordan. Jordan talked to Scout.com about his game.
Scout.com: How would you describe yourself as a player?
Jabari Jordan: I’m physical, strong, quick aggressive and I’m in the right places at the right times. I am able to shed the block and getting to the ball.
Scout.com: What are your strengths as a player?
Jabari Jordan: My speed and understanding of the game are my strengths.
Scout.com: What parts of your game do you want to improve?
Jabari Jordan: I’m trying to work on being quicker and being faster than I am.
Scout.com: How do you think you performed this past season?
Jabari Jordan: I played well, but I have a lot to prove for next season and that will come along with more experience.
Scout.com: What schools are you talking to right now?
Jabari Jordan: Not yet, but I hopefully I hear from some soon.
Scout.com: Are you planning to go to any camps or visits this spring?
Jabari Jordan: Yes, I’m attending the National Underclassmen Combine. I haven’t schedule any college visits.
As a sophomore Jabari Jordan had 28.5 tackles, nine tackles for loss, four sacks, one fumble recovery and one interception.
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