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