Hometown South Florida Inches out Front for 2018 Athlete, Jordan McCloud

WINDERMERE, Fla. -- The hometown school is sitting atop the list for 2018 Tampa (Fla.) Sickles athlete, Jordan McCloud, who's also keeping close tabs on a school out of the Midwest.

Evaluation Notes:

McCloud, the younger sibling of Clemson standout receiver, Ray-Ray McCloud, is a high school signal-caller that's currently being courted as an athlete, but projects best in the secondary at cornerback, where he shows discipline and decent technique. McCloud's loose hips enable to turn and run with speedy receivers down the field.

The 6-foot, 175-pound McCloud is also a very productive player under center that flashes nice touch and accuracy down the field. He might not be the biggest quarterback across the map, but shows good poise and doesn't get rattled. This is a gamer that has no problem putting the team on his back.

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