Tyler Jordan may be a highly touted offensive line recruit, but his own performance isn’t the only way he can help Florida.
If he wants to become a coach some day, he’s got a good head start, because he’s highly proficient in the art of recruiting. He’s the glue that holds this class together. Every coach can say what they want, but to hear good things about a school from another player is a far more meaningful pro in the pros and cons game that all recruits play when picking a school.
In the interview, we talk about how Tyler is so successful in terms of recruiting other players, as well as his own strengths and weaknesses and his prediction for the 2014 Gator team. Enjoy!
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