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Name: Bruce Jordan-Swilling 
College: Georgia Tech     Number: 12
Height: 6-0   Weight: 225
Position: FB  Pos2: ILB/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.56
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.76
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Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Bruce Jordan-Swilling, Georgia Tech, Player News


  With one final year of eligibility remaining, Bruce Jordan-Swilling faces a tough climb up the Georgia Tech running back depth chart. In the same position group, there's no less than four Yellow Jackets backs who have proven their productivity - Jahmyr Gibbs, Jordan Mason, Jamious Griffin and Dontae Smith. But he's willing to give it a shot. In the Yellow Jackets' spring game last Friday, Jordan-Swilling received the bulk of the chances and showed what he could do. "I think it helped his confidence," Jordan-Swilling's father, Tech great Pat Swilling, told the AJC. "I'll be honest with you, he had a great spring practice. (Running-backs coach Tashard Choice) called us raving about the things he was doing. I'm excited for him, I really am."

Jordan-Swilling's time at Tech has been a challenge. After starring as a running back at Brother Martin High in New Orleans and earning four-star status, Jordan-Swilling chose Tech over offers from Alabama, USC and Georgia, among others. He began his Jackets career at linebacker and played a backup role for his first three seasons. His third season was cut short by a season-ending foot injury. He switched to running back in the spring of 2020, but his development time was limited as the quarantine ended spring practice early. "It just seemed like the timing hasn't been right for him," Swilling said. - Atlanta Journal Constitution


(DS#16 FB) rSr/2022 FB Bruce Jordan-SwillingGeorgia Tech
News Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution
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  Running back Bruce Jordan-Swilling also is considering using a second senior season, possibly elsewhere. "Our main goal is to graduate and then try to make a decision," said Pat Swilling, Bruce's father and a Tech legend. "We all know that they have a lot of great running backs ahead of Bruce, and Bruce wants to play football. I think a lot of that is going to have to do with what coach Collins tells him."

Jordan-Swilling is on course to graduate in the spring with a degree in business. After switching in the spring from linebacker to running back - a position where he was a four-star prospect in high school - he has played on special teams, but has had few snaps at running back behind Jahmyr Gibbs, Jordan Mason and Jamious Griffin. In any other year, Jordan-Swilling would just be out of luck. This year, he has another chance. Swilling even pointed out that, not having redshirted, Jordan-Swilling could go to another school, play four games in 2021 and redshirt and then play a full season in 2022. "We're going to look at all our options," Swilling said. "That's the best way to put it." - Atlanta Journal Constitution


(DS#16 FB) rSr/2022 FB Bruce Jordan-SwillingGeorgia Tech
News Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution
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