I was able to watch T’Khi Jordan and Walnut Ridge play three times this past season and he was able to overpower any player that was over top of himself and he showed that he had more than power to his game. He seemed to move well and was not slow for a man his size getting from point A to point B. He did seem to have that mean streak needed to play on the line but did so is a clean classy way. I think if this young man puts his mind into it on and off the field he will go very far not only on the field but in life.
1- How upset were you being robbed of so many games during your senior season because of the way the Columbus City Schools dealt with covid-19?
I felt very bad because of covid-19 and it was my senior year
2- Have you heard from any college coaches about playing football? If yes, what colleges have you heard from?
Yes. Howard Huskies Prep in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
3- At 6-3, 290 you have the size and power to just throw most of the guys you faced how often do you work on your technique to become a better lineman?
A lot on and off-season like hand placement and core skills
4- Offensive or defensive line which do you like better and why?
I don’t know because I did both for so many years.
5- What is your biggest regret and sports go?
I think not going my hardest freshman year.
6- What was the best thing about playing for Walnut Ridge?
That I have so much support.
7- Do you play any other sports at Walnut Ridge?
No, but I tried out for other sports
8- What do you think could be done as far as trying to get numbers up at Walnut Ridge as far as football goes?
I think by going harder it could show the younger kids that it is worth their time to play.
9- How sweet was in winning the City League Championship?
I felt like I accomplished something more than just football.
10- What are your thoughts on the city playing Thursday night games as well as the Saturday afternoon games?
That they need to fix it because night games are the best.