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Georgia Bulldog RB Commit Jordan James GOES OFF In Regular Season Highlights

November 9, 2021

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Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are excelling on the recruiting trail again, and after a big October, the Bulldogs are looking to m once again sign the nation’s top recruiting class.

The Bulldogs have 21 current commitments in the 2022 class, and running backs coach Dell McGee has two good ones on board in four-stars Branson Robinson‍ and Jordan James‍.

They both can break tackles, and both have enough speed to make big plays against SEC defenses. While Robinson dealt with some injuries this season as a senior, James was having an incredible regular season all fall for Oakland (TN).

The four-star back from Murfreesboro has been tough to tackle all season and he’s lead the Patriots to an 11-0 record. The 5-foot-10 205-pounder’s balance, burst, and ability to break tackles has really stood out this season. 

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“Top-level backs all have speed, burst, and strength, but Jordan’s best attribute is his vision”, one Oakland staff member told Dawg Post. “He sees things that other backs can’t see. His cuts are a thing of beauty and he has one of the best spin-moves around. It’s hard for defenders to get a great hit on him. Plus, with all his moves, cuts and spins he only had one fumble the entire season. To top it off, he’s a great teammate that played through an injury to help our team win a state championship. If he’s called on to play special teams, block or catch passes out of the backfield he’s always been an unselfish player.”

As a senior so far this season, Jordan has rushed 124 times for 1,134 yards (9.1 yards per carry) and has rushed for 20 touchdowns. He’s ranked as the No. 16 running back prospect, the No. 4 prospect in Tennessee, and the No. 182 overall prospect in the country.


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