Jordan Pride

  • Pos S
  • Height 6-2
  • Weight 185

Prospect Info

  • High School Blountstown
  • City Blountstown, FL
  • Exp 2024 - ...

Texas A&M Aggies

  • Jersey #28
  • Class FR

As a Prospect


  • Class 2024
  • Committed 5/9/2023
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 01/06/2024

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

Reminds Us Of

Trey Dean Florida Gators

A longer defensive back prospect with a multi-sport background. Measured roughly 6-foot-1, 175 pounds with 32-inch arms at check-in for the All-American Bowl. Made plays in all three phases of the game throughout prep career, but projects as a deep safety or boundary corner at the next level. Excels at flowing down hill and towards the football. Understands how to play angles and has proven to be a solid face-up tackler that can wrangle larger players to the ground. Junior footage from his time at IMG Academy is much more promising than what he put on tape as a senior at Blountstown, which could be a byproduct of an offseason knee injury. Better in zone coverage than he is in man coverage at this stage, but not afraid to break on a ball. Likely will need a year or two of strength training to get the body right before he’s ready to go on Saturdays. Could add plenty of value on special teams with his frame.

H.S. Athletic Background

Year-round athlete that also plays basketball and baseball and competes in track and field events.
State qualifier as a sophomore in both the 100-meter dash and the high jump. Owns personal-bests of 11.01 in the 100, 22.82 in the 200 and 6-2 in the HJ.
Averaged 5.0 ppg and 4.2 rpg midway through junior season on the hardwood.
2023: Two-way player as a senior at Blounstown, which made semifinals of Florida’s 1R playoffs. Got snaps at CB, S and WR while also making an impact on special teams. Credited with 11 tackles, 6 PBU and an INT on defense per MaxPreps while catching 8 passes for 111 yards and 2 TD on offense.
2022: Transferred into IMG Academy where he appeared in a handful of games before returning to Blountstown. Helped the Tigers post a 9-5 record and make the state semifinals. At Blountstown, totaled 20 tackles and 2 INT (one pick-six) on defense, while catching 22 passes for 667 yards and 6 TD on offense. Scored via the return game, as well.
2021: Two-way player that earned some all-state recognition as a WR. Caught 15 passes for 375 yards and 6 TD. On defense, was credited with 28 tackles and 2 INT. Helped Blountstown go 9-2 and make the regional finals.
-Andrew Ivins

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