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Name: Jordan Battle 
College: Alabama     Number: 9
Height: 6-0   Weight: 210
Position: SS  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6002
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PThorpe...2020: NAC

 Jordan Battle, Alabama, Player News

  04/15/21 - SS Jordan BattleJr/2023, Alabama, 6-0, 210 (DS#1 SS) + More +

  Battle, a junior, is among the players being challenged this spring by Saban. The coach made that clear last week. "Jordan Battle does a good job," Saban said. "He plays a lot of good football, but it's kind of up to him as to how he wants to accept the role of leadership, how assertive he wants to be. People have to earn the right to be leaders. Now, they have to do things right themselves. They can't be late for meetings. They can't not do things exactly right. They have to set a good example for others. They have to care enough about other people to help them for their benefits so that's his choice. "And that's a lot of players' choice on the team. Do they want to take that responsibility of being a leader? He has done that at times, and I think he would be very good if he chose to do it."

Battle has been one of Alabama's more upfront players in interviews since first being made available to reporters last season. But the upbeat South Florida native feels it is time for him to make his voice heard around the locker room. "That's something that I'm comfortable with now because of the players I have before me who have shown me the way," he explained Tuesday. "Players last year like Landon Dickerson, Alex Leatherwood, Pat Surtain, guys like that. DeVonta Smith, Jaylen Waddle, guys like that showing me the way ever since I was a freshman. "So at this point, I'm more comfortable being vocal and getting on other players." - Birmingham News


(DS#1 SS) Jr/2023 SS Jordan BattleAlabama
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  10/12/20 - SS Jordan BattleJr/2023, Alabama, 6-0, 210 (DS#1 SS) + More +

  Alabama defensive back Jordan Battle was ejected for targeting in the fourth quarter against Mississippi football on Saturday, Oct. 10. He hit Ole Miss receiver Elijah Moore with 2:14 left in the fourth quarter after Moore caught a 46-yard pass from quarterback Matt Corral. Since the targeting penalty occurred in the second half, Battle will miss the first half of the Alabama game against the Georgia Bulldogs on Oct. 17. Battle had 11 tackles and one pass breakup before leaving the game. Alabama led 56-45 at the time Battle left the game. Alabama went on to win 63-48. - Montgomery Advertiser

(DS#1 SS) Jr/2023 SS Jordan BattleAlabama
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  10/03/20 - SS Jordan BattleJr/2023, Alabama, 6-0, 210 (DS#1 SS) + More +

  Jordan Battle had time to grow into a full-time starting role. Xavier McKinney's positional flexibility allowed Battle to play as a deep safety primarily in Alabama's dime package, giving the then-freshmen the benefit of experience while limiting what he had to prepare for in a given week. He had no time to grow into a leadership role. Battle was expected to take on a bigger role in UA's defense as it replaced both safeties. The void left by those departing safeties also left a void in leadership, one Battle had no choice to fill as UA's most experienced defensive back outside of Patrick Surtain II.

Battle's teammates and coaches think he handled the duties well in the season opener and look for more Saturday against Texas A&M. "He's shown a lot of maturity from last year to this year, which is not unusual from freshman to sophomore year," UA coach Nick Saban said. "I think he's got a good understanding of what we're doing. He's communicating better in the back end getting people on the same page. And I was really pleased with the way he played in the first game." Battle was tied for third on the team with six tackles against Missouri. The on-field aspect of things was one challenge. Battle had to get up to starting speed in the entire defensive schemes, as opposed to just the dime packages, which Saban says he has done. "I think sometimes when guys know their responsibility increases, their sense of urgency increases a little bit and that's what enables them to make even more progress, which has happened with a lot of guys," Saban said. - Montgomery Advertiser


(DS#1 SS) Jr/2023 SS Jordan BattleAlabama
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