Jordan Senn likes Oregon

Greg Biggins of Student Sports who evaluated Jordan Senn at the Nike Camp held in Eugene, Oregon May 8 says that Jordan was one of the top three college prospects of the 307 kids in attendance at the camp along with quarterback T.C. Ostrander and Defensive end Tahj Bomar.

Jordan, a Beaverton High School defensive back and two-time all-state selection, measured in at 5-10.5 and 188 pounds and projects as a safety at the next level. He was able to run a 4.44 second 40-yard dash and a 3.95 shuttle, extremely fast times for a person of his stature. He also recorded 14 repetitions of 185 pounds on the bench press and a 30.2-inch vertical jump. These are the kind of numbers that a Division 1 program really looks for.

So what schools is Senn interested in? "Mainly Oregon," relates the soft-spoken Senn. " Oregon's my childhood favorite and I grew up in Eugene (prior to moving to the Portland area.) I really want to go there." Jordan hasn't yet received a scholarship offer from the Oregon coaches and has been missing their phone calls, but hoped to hook up with the coaches later this month. After Oregon, Jordan is willing to consider "all of the Pac-10."

Last year at Beaverton High he recorded 100 tackles and five interceptions. At the Nike Camp Jordan displayed excellent technique in the passing drills and often was awarded ovations by fellow campers after making spectacular plays. Jordan, who is fully qualified with a 3.97 grade point average and a score of 1130 on the SAT, is undoubtedly one of the top, if not the top, college prospects in the state.

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