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Jordan Lockhart, a talented 4-Star linebacker hailing from St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, California, has just made a significant decision for his future. The 6'3", 230-pound standout athlete recently announced his commitment to Texas A&M, and he couldn't be more excited about what lies ahead.
When asked about his personal goals for his senior football season, Jordan expressed a strong desire to lead both on and off the field. He stated, "As an individual, I would say just controlling what I can control and putting my best foot forward. Being the best linebacker—and person—I can possibly be because my daily habits can reflect and have a big impact on my teammates and the guys around me to follow and be great on an everyday basis!"
So, what made Texas A&M the perfect fit for Jordan? He pointed out the people as the driving force behind his decision. He spoke highly of the culture at the university, from the coaching staff to the passionate fan base, saying, "The Culture there was so surreal from the Coaching staff all the way down to the best FanBase in America! 'They say everything is big in Texas and ready to come in and make it bigger.'"
Looking ahead to his experience at Texas A&M, Jordan emphasized the importance of the Aggie Network and his passion for building relationships. He expressed his excitement about expanding his connections with people both on and off the field. Jordan shared, "The biggest thing I would say is the Aggie Network, and as an individual, I love to network with people. So, I'm looking forward to expanding my relationships with people on the field along with off the field!"
With his commitment to Texas A&M, Jordan Lockhart is poised to make a lasting impact on the football program while furthering his personal and academic development. As a dedicated player and natural leader, he aims to excel on the field and leave a positive influence on those around him. The future looks promising for this talented linebacker as he embarks on his collegiate journey with the Aggies.
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