Here Comes Jordan Polk
Jordan Polk Earned first-team 6A all-state as a senior at Lincoln ... as a senior, led his league and was second in the state of Oregon with 1,209 receiving yards and 72 receptions ... 19 receiving TDs were the most in the state (6A) in 2007... one of only two running backs to make the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" ... named all-West Region by PrepStar ... made the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Northwest Nuggets" honorable mention ... a member of the News-Tribune's Western 100 squad ... ranked the No. 4 recruit in the state of Oregon by Rivals.com and the No. 3 prospect in his state by Superprep ... ranked the No. 6 recruit in Oregon and the No. 89 wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com ... won Oregon state 100-meter title as a senior with a time of 10.63 ... as a junior, averaged more than 31 yards per catch with 45 receptions for 1,435 yards and 16 touchdowns ... earned second-team 6A all-state and first-team all-league as a junior ... played on the varsity during the state playoffs as a sophomore, when the Cardinals advanced to the state championship game ... helped team to a 6-6 record as a senior and 8-2 mark as a junior ... also an outstanding basketball player and sprinter on the track team ... as a point guard, led basketball team to league title as a junior ... won the district championship in the 100 meters and ran a 10.8 at the 2007 state track meet ... won the 100 and 200 meters at the league meet as a sophomore ... won the 100, 200, 4x100 and long jump at the Oregon Junior Olympics meet in 2006 ... as a junior, was a finalist for the Oregon state prep athlete of the year, which was won by current UCLA basketball star Kevin Love ... a cousin of fellow Husky classmate Chris Polk ... played football for coach Chad Carlson at Lincoln.
The Skyhawks are excite to have Jordan Polk apart of the team. He brings explosive and breakaway speed. He is also a great community advocate and business man. Jordan Polk is also a great family man.
2008: Played in 11 of 12 games, all but the UCLA game ... one of 12 true freshman to play in 2008 ... caught a total of four passes for 58 yards ... also led the team in kick returns with 32 for 595 yards ... season-high two receptions for 20 yards vs. BYU ... one catch for seven yards at Oregon and one for 28 vs. Oregon State ... two rushes for 30 yards against Stanford ... three rushes for 19 yards at California ... five kick returns for 101 yards against Oklahoma ... five kick returns for 79 yards against Notre Dame ... four kick returns for 99 yards vs. Oregon State ... four for 83 yards against Brigham Young.
2009 Played in 11 of the Huskies' 12 games (all but Oregon) as a wide receiver, kick returner and special teams player ... started the season opener vs. LSU at one wide receiver spot ... had one catch for 12 yards, plus four kick returns for 64 yards, vs. the Tigers ... season-high two receptions for 11 yards vs. Arizona ... on catch each vs. Oregon State and Idaho ... season-long 27-yard kickoff return in the 16-13 win over No. 3 USC ... had a special teams tackle vs. Arizona.
2010: Played in eight of the Huskies' 13 games ... started at one wide receiver spot vs. Arizona State and Oregon State ... season-high three receptions for 40 yards in ASU game ... two receptions for 20 yards at Arizona ... one catch each vs. BYU and Oregon State ... had a 10-yard carry vs. Arizona State and a four-yarder vs. Oregon State.