Jordan Elliott checks in from Houston (Texas) Westside H.S. Alabama, Baylor, Florida State, Michigan, Texas and Oklahoma are just a few schools that will fight it out for his services. USC appears to be the leader followed my Michigan and Florida State at this time.
”Spring ball is going great,” Elliott said. ““I am starting to see results from off-season training. My versatility is what coaches love. I can play a 3-4 or 4-3 defensive end. I am working on my hands right now and I need to use my hands more often.”
Why is Elliott the No 3 ranked defensive tackle in Texas, No 3 ranked in the Midland region, No 11 in the nation and No 82 overall regardless of position?
”My ball get off as well as my knowledge of the game,” Elliott said. “I have instincts and move like a linebacker with the size of Ndamukong Suh.”