Whittington first player to represent Cuero in All-American bowl
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Jordan Whittington wasted no time making an impact on this year’s All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance, held Jan. 5 in San Antonio. The Gobbler graduate and newly minted state champion flew down the field on the opening kickoff for his West team and made the first tackle of the game. Even amongst the top high school football talent in the country, Whittington still flashed his usual brilliance in several phases of the game. “It was my best experience so far, but it’s time to move on,” Whittington stated, even though his West team dropped a 48-14 decision to East. Now, his sights are firmly set on making an impact at the University of Texas, where he will be an early enrollee on Jan. 16.
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