Jordan Todman has been working hard to improve his academic situation and with that improvement has…
Todman is a Dual Threat
Dartmouth High School was home to the Jordan Todman Show last season as the 5-foot-9.5, 180-pound athlete dominated opponents on both sides of the ball to the tune of 2200 yards and 28 touchdowns rushing and four interceptions. His encores were the three punts he returned for touchdown and two interceptions he also took back to the house. Purdue, Maryland, Penn State, Connecticut, Syracuse, Delaware and Boston College are the schools in pursuit of Todman and he definitely has two favorites. "Penn State and Maryland are definitely the two schools that I like the best right now and I camped at both of them along with Boston College," Todman said. "I am also being recruiting heavily by Syracuse, Connecticut, Delaware and Purdue right now. Most of the schools have said they are just waiting on my SAT scores so they can offer me, so when I get the results I may have some coming in immediately." Penn State - "The atmosphere there is just unbelievable and you could really tell there was a great bond between all of the coaches. Penn State is a big-time football program and also is great academically which I like. I toured the facilities and stadium which were all cool and the coaching staff let me know they wanted me to play running back instead of cornerback, which I prefer a bit anyway. Right now they said they will just keep in touch regularly until I get my SAT and then make a decision from there." Maryland - "It was really nice down there and they actually played me the entire time at cornerback which is where they are recruiting me. I talk to the defensive coordinator (Chris Cosh) a lot and feel like we have a great bond at this point and I was really impressed with the facilities and equipment inside them there. I feel like Maryland is definitely a place I could go, just like Penn State and hope my SAT scores are what they need." Boston College - "Camp went well and I have visited Boston College a few times and really like it there. Obviously it is close to home, so my friends and family could all come watch me play and the education you receive there is top-notch. When you look at how successful the program is and how high the graduation rate is at the same time it is really impressive. The coaches said they like me at both corner and running back and I know in their scheme size isn't a big deal at running back." Connecticut - "It's funny, Connecticut was really the first school on me and I have been up there three times for games already and to see their facilities which are by far the best I have seen, but to be honest the campus is just out in the middle of no where and it is not a place I could see myself spending four years at, so I have just dropped them. Everything else is great about the program and school, but the setting just is not for me." Todman was a first-team All-Scholastic and All-League member as a junior and was named the Boston Globe Division I Football Player of the Year. He reports a 2.3 core GPA and is awaiting the results of his SAT test.
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