Our exclusive highlight reel is a saucy selection of this Bay Made baller’s game changing plays from his redshirt sophomore campaign. Without further ado, I proudly present our exclusive South Florida quarterback #JBoe3 Jordan McCloud official 2019 highlights. (Twitter: @Jordan_McCloud3 // Instagram: @jordan_mccloud4)
McCloud took over under center as the starter in week three against South Carolina State and remained the starting signal caller for the rest of the 2019 season. The Plant High School alum aired it out for 1,429 passing yards, completing 124 of 224 passing attempts (55.3%), and 12 touchdowns. The former Plant Panther also dashed for 283 yards on 105 caries (2.7 yds./car.), adding four more touchdowns on the ground.
After accounting for 1,712 yards of total offense and appearing in all 12 games for the Bulls last fall, McCloud will look utilize his experience to continue his upward trajectory in 2020 under new Head Coach Jeff Scott and Offensive Coordinator Charlie Weis, Jr.
McCloud was a consensus three star recruit rated 82.49 by 247 Sports, 74 by ESPN, a 5.6 by Rivals, and the No.42 dual-threat quarterback recruit for the class of 2018 by 247 Sports. McCloud held offers from Oregon, Boston College, Iowa State, Maryland, Bowling Green, Colorado State, Southern Miss and Toledo amongst other suitors.
I chopped it up with Jordan about his favorite low-key food spot in Tampa Bay, favorite memory to date, and more in the below Q&A.
1. F1. Favorite play since being a Bull?
JM: “My first Touchdown against Georgia Tech.”
2. Favorite low-key spot to eat in Tampa?
3. What is your nickname in the locker room?
4. Favorite thing to do in your free time?
JM: “Watch Netflix.”
5. Thing you are most excited about for 2020?
JM: “The AAC champions.
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by Matthew Manuri
Publisher & Editor, SoFloBulls.com | @Mcknurkle