Talking With Tuscola Athlete Jordan Quinn Class Of 2024 - Name You Need To Know
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Jordan Quinn Tuscola Athlete Class Of 2024 6'2 185
Jordan Quinn how was your first week back on the field? It felt like Week 1 couldn’t have come quicker. It felt great to play on our field again. It had been too long What does football mean to you? Football is my favorite sport. I love being a part of such a strong and connected team. They are like brothers to me. Not being able to finish my season last year was really tough on me and showed me how much it really meant to me. What should college coaches know about you? I feel like I am a very fast learner and confident on the field. I have great leadership traits and my teammates trust me. I have learned several positions throughout high school so, thought I know not as complex as college, that shows I am very flexible and am ready to play wherever.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My strongest trait I feel is being able to learn and adapt so quick. If there is a quick adjustment made on the fly, I pick up on it quick. And when I play in order to play fast because I’m confident. What goals do you have for yourself this season?
Personal goal is just to get better every game and lead my team the best way I can. Also lead my team to a good playoff run and show people that we are better than they think we are.
Who else on Tuscola should I be on the lookout for? Offensively definitely Hunter Branca. On defense Chris Boyd and Jordan Sanchez are both great players!
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