Elite 2018 Commit Jordan Miner talks who he is recruiting to Penn state

2018 Penn state commit Jordan Miner is one of the most underrated prospects in the country. He is a 6-1, 179 lbs 4-star shutdown cornerback with great athleticism. He plays for Wiregrass Ranch high school in Tampa, Florida and is the type of corner that I rate a high 4 star and can be an all-American at the next level. Last season he totaled 38 tackles, 6.5 tackles for a loss, 3 interceptions and 12 pass defenses plus a blocked field goal. He also showed great explosion as a kick returner averaging 33.4 yards per kickoff return and 1 touchdown. Penn state has a great addition to their secondary for the future I had a one on one with him about his recent visit to happy valley.


LJ: You have been balling this year. What has been your best game this season? What were your stats in that game?
Jordan: Wharton game.2 Rushing touchdowns, 1 passing, and no catches allowed.
LJ: Why did you decide to commit to Penn state?
Jordan: I just feel this school could not only help me grow as a player but off the field as a person.


LJ: What other teams were pursuing you hard?
Jordan: Florida, Oregon, and Tennessee


LJ: What makes you stand out as a corner?
Jordan: Good football IQ and great ball skills


LJ: Penn state has been amazing this season. How was your recent visit to Penn state? What impressed you the most about your visit?
Jordan: The visit was nice it was my first time meeting all the other commits and I had a great time.


LJ: How committed to Penn state are you? What teams are still pursuing you?
Jordan: I’m solid on Penn State. Oregon and USF are coming at me hard.


LJ: Are there any recruits you are trying to get to come to Penn state? Who?
Jordan: Tyreke Smith


LJ: You are one of my favorite players in the country for this class. Continue to ball out Jordan, great talking to you.
Jordan: Thank you and no doubt



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