shot up the recruiting rankings with a productive junior season that saw his Giles County (Tenn.) High School team reach the 2013 TSSAA Class 4A state championship.
Since then, all the Scout four-star cornerback has done is improve and put out challenges to skill players all over the South.
The Pulaski, Tenn., resident added scholarship offers from the likes of Alabama, LSU, Notre Dame and Tennessee since his junior campaign came to a close.
Have a look at the length and athleticism that makes the No. 22 corner in the nation so attractive to college programs by clicking play below with Ordway going through drills at Tennessee Exposure Camp in Nashville:
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