Video of Southeast safety

Here are some video highlights of Bradenton Southeast safety Jordan Grabski. He's an under the radar defensive back from Florida.

Jordan Grabski (Bradenton, Fla./Southeast) is a safety prospect that is flying under the radar. He's 6-foot-1 and 181-pounds, and one of the fastest kids at Southeast high school.

"Jordan runs the third leg of our 400 meter relay team," said Paul Maechtle, Southeast's coach. "I probably should have played him more on offense this season. He was our safety. He's so fast and probably the fastest player we have. Jordan is also a great tackler."

Southeast lost to Lake Wales in the first round of the state playoffs on Friday. In that game Grabski picked up a blocked fumble and scored the game's first touchdown. He was also in on a handful of tackles and forced a fumble.

Grabski has good size and frame to pack on a lot of weight and bulk. He's not shy in run support and shows range in coming up and making a play. This is a kid that can play somewhere at the next level.

Below are some highlights of Grabski from this season.

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