Georgia commitment Jordan Love will be playing for a new school in 2008. After his mother transferred jobs, he had to leave the Gilman school early this year. Deep Run is his new home and we caught up with head coach Greg Kendall to talk about his new star.
"We are so excited to have Jordan up here playing for us now," said Coach Kendall. "He has not actually played a game for us yet, but we know he is very explosive, a great athlete, and we are just so excited to have him."
The move took place in March of 2008. That is when Love took his talent from the Gilman School in Baltimore (MD) to Glen Allen (VA). Things have went smooth since the move.
"My mom thought about leaving me and my grandmother in Baltimore, but she decided it would be best for us to come up with her, so I am now at Deep Run," said Love.
"I got to Deep Run in March and the people have been very excepting. I have fit in really well, I have been working out with the team since I got here, and things are going real good."
They are only going to get better this fall if things go the way Coach Kendall wants them to.
"We are going to use Jordan in a lot of different ways," Kendall said with excitement in his voice. "He can do so many things; he can be a great corner, but he is big enough and physical enough to be a great safety in high school too."
"We are also going to walk him up to the line some to keep him close to the ball. We want to get the ball in his hands on offense also. Jordan is a talented young man and we know we hope he helps us have an exciting fall."
The 6-foot-0, 185-pound athlete that has been clocked at 4.41 seconds in the forty likes what Coach Kendall has to say.
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