Since the age of 6, Skyler Jordan has dreamed of playing college and professional football. When the young catcher began his career at Grayson High School in 2017, he planned to make those dreams come true by playing for one of the country’s most prestigious programs.
However, after two years of very limited time in the field, Jordan felt it was time to call an audible.
So, in January 2019 he transferred from Grayson and Class AAAAAAA to Class A Private to play for the 7-year-old Providence Christian football program.
In his first year with the Storm, Jordan showed flashes of brilliance, but it wasn’t until his senior season that the 6-foot-3, 205-pound pass-catcher began to shine. In a season with little routine or certainty, Jordan has been a constant in the passing game, recording 91 receptions for 1,349 yards and 13 touchdowns,…
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