Posted On: 11/23/20 2:06 PM

I live in Bryan, TX, on a normal day, it is a lovely little town in central Texas best known for sharing Texas A&M University with our sister city, College Station. However, on Saturday, November 21st at Merrill Green Stadium it played witness to one of the most historic playoff performances in Texas Football history. Highly recruited and ranked by PrepRedzone as the number 7 RB in the state, Jordan JenkinsJordanJenkins6'0" | RBLindale | 2021TX went off in Lindale’s 70-56 win over Needville! To the tune of 9 total touchdowns and 400 total yards, the 302 yards rushing put Jenkins past the 2000 yard mark for the season. http://www.hudl.com/v/2Eg3hk

Tale of the Tape: Jordan JenkinsJordanJenkins6'0" | RBLindale | 2021TX is the workhorse, every-down type back that gets stronger throughout the game. His large 6’2, 200-pound frame wears down opponents, and like most great backs, Jordan seems to find another gear late in games. The game looks easy to Jordan as he possesses great balance and vision, for being a larger back he is light on his feet. His speed doesn’t jump off the screen at you but it’s there, like I said earlier the smoothness in which he displays can make his straightaway speed

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