One of top 2016 Student Athletes in Northern, California, Jordan Ford of Folsom HS (CA) has been showing out grabbing attention from college recruiters and media outlets. Mid Major Hoops Report has invited him to our “Players Corner” where we at MMHR are proud to highlight him and allow him to give us insight on his recruitment at this time…..
What is your Height, Weight, and Position you play?
JF: 6’0 150lbs Point Guard
How is your season coming along, so far? Is it living upto expectations?
JF: We just won the Sac Joaquin Division Two Section Championship. This is a dream come true. Now we are focused on winning the State Championship.
Up to this point in your season, who has been your team’s toughest matchup?
JF: The two games against Jesuit and the playoff Games against Grant and Cosumnes Oaks. Playing Oakridge at there place is a dogfight.
Which college programs have been to your games and/or practices so far this season?
JF: UOP, Portland University, UC Davis, Pepperdine, UTEP, Sac State,
Which colleges are recruiting you the hardest right now? Any scholarship offers at this point?
JF: I have offers from UTEP, Cal State Northridge
What are you looking for in a College Program?
JF: A program that is serious about winning.
Do you have any college visits planned?
JF: No, but I have visited UC Santa Barbara, Cal, San Jose State, Sacrament State and Northridge.
Any big time camps or showcases you plan on attending after season?
JF: Yes, I enjoy the competition at the John Lucas Camp and the Micah Lancaster Camp
What are your strong points in your game right now? And what weaknesses, do you have that you are working on to become a strength?
JF: I’m working hard to continue to improve in all areas of my game. Shooting and ball handling are strong points and my defense is improving as my body and experience grows.
What AAU team are you associated with?
JF: Play Hard Play Smart (PHPS)
How many days a week are you working on your game outside of normal team practices?
JF: It depends. I go hard at it in the summer about 6 days a week. During school session my training varies depending on my school load, but at least 2 to 3 times per week.
Do you have a twitter and if so, what is it?
Last question, Who has had the biggest impact on your life when it comes to basketball, life, and school?
JF: For Basketball it is my Dad and sister, coaches, trainers, teammates, fans and friends. For Life…. my parents are my role model. For School…My mother especially and tutors who help me compete for grades.
Thank you, for your time and good luck on the rest of your season. Please keep in contact with MMHR to keep track of your recruiting.