Todman Breaks 5,000 Yard Mark

Todman Breaks 5,000 Yard Mark

North Dartmouth, Mass., product Jordan Todman wasn't able to make it for his official visit to Purdue on October 20th, however he has rescheduled that visit and plans to make it there in early November. Todman's guardian Steve Cruz recently sent us an update on Todman's progress and it turns out that he has accomplished a rare feat this season.

Jordan Todman was supposed to make it to Purdue for an official in late-October, but plans changed for the 5-foot-10, 180-pound athlete and he will now be taking his official in November. He has had a great season thus far and recently became one on a short list of players who have eclipsed the 5000-yard mark at the high school level in Massachussetts.

"Jordan has now rushed for 5041 yards in his career placing him fourth on a short list of only seven players in Massachusetts history who have ever run for over 5000 yards in their high school career," Cruz said. "If he keeps up his average per game he could end up second overall on the all-time rushing list."

"This season he has rushed for 1401 yards and 24 touchdowns on 108 carries and had a great night on Friday in a 28-0 win over a tough league opponent in Bridgewater Raynham High School," Cruz explained. "He carried 12 times for 169 yards and caught a 60-yard touchdown pass. He also had 10 tackles on defense. At this point it looks like he will be headed to Purdue on November 10th for his official to watch them play Michigan State."

Todman is also hearing from Maryland, Boise State, Penn State, Syracuse and Boston College. Recommended Stories

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