'23 FL ATH Jordan Faison (ND LAX / FB PWO Signee)

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Slot WR / APB / DB
Pine Crest School
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Measurements:
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175

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Offers:

Notre Dame ..... PWO for now..... Committed Committed to ND football 11-9-22
Iowa .................... Football Offer

Media Links:

Twitter = https://twitter.com/Jordan6Faison

Hudl = Jordan Faison on Hudl

Maxpreps = Jordan Faison's High School Football Stats


Highlights:

 
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So Stuckey got tagged so they are bringing him in as a slot guy... Same as Iowa offered him.

So how it works... if he plays, he goes on a football scholarship as I'm sure he was getting some $$$ as a Top 50 LAX commit.
 

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Stats so far this year:

9G ..... 1581 yds rush .... 12.1 ypc ... 23 TD .... 235 yds pass - 6 TD's / 2 Int's .... 33 Tkl ... 2 P6's ... 2 blk punts ... 1 TD PR
 

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Lacrosse still in dirt after we were told Jack Coan was an elite athlete in the sport then he gets on the football field and he runs like he's wearing unlaced Steel Toe Boots
 

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He’s probably more like 5’10” 160 but he’s every bit as athletic as an Avery Davis or equivalent when looking at slot WR or DB prospects. He has very good change of direction and OK top end speed for football. In lacrosse, his acceleration and lateral quickness makes him virtually unguardable in space… he’s a “one man clear” where if you get him the ball he runs around/through people to get it to the other side of the field with ease. His biggest issue from a lacrosse standpoint is mediocre stick skills and outside shooting for a “top tier” D1 player but that doesn’t matter for football obviously.
 

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He’s probably more like 5’10” 160 but he’s every bit as athletic as an Avery Davis or equivalent when looking at slot WR or DB prospects. He has very good change of direction and OK top end speed for football. In lacrosse, his acceleration and lateral quickness makes him virtually unguardable in space… he’s a “one man clear” where if you get him the ball he runs around/through people to get it to the other side of the field with ease. His biggest issue from a lacrosse standpoint is mediocre stick skills and outside shooting for a “top tier” D1 player but that doesn’t matter for football obviously.
So does he play right away in LAX? Doesn't sound like it.
 

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Notre Dame signees usually garner so much attention and hype, but athlete Jordan Faison has gone under the radar - that was until this week. During the week of practice, he was the best player overall for Broward County and had three catches in the game that all went for first downs, breaking tackles and showing burst every time he touched the ball.

He is going to South Bend as a two-sport athlete, signing as one of the top lacrosse players in the country while also joining the football team. He played quarterback throughout his high school career, but he will make an impact on the gridiron as a slot receiver for the Fighting Irish.
 
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