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Name: DJordan Strong 
College: Coastal Carolina     Number: 7
Height: 5-11   Weight: 175
Position: CB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PThorpe...**2020: NewcomerOYC/1stC

 DJordan Strong, Coastal Carolina, Player News


  Coastal Carolina senior cornerback D'Jordan Strong was named to the prestigious Paycom Jim Thorpe Award Preseason watch list for the 2021 season, the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame (OSHOF) and Jim Thorpe Association released today. The list includes 40 of the nation's best defensive backs, representing 10 conferences and one independent. In his first season at Coastal last year, Strong played in and started all 12 games in the defensive backfield for the Chants. He ranked second in the Sun Belt and third nationally with five interceptions on the season and totaled seven pass breakups to give him 12 passes defended which were tied for fifth in the league overall. He added 30 tackles, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, and forced one fumble on the season. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#47 CB) Sr/2022 CB DJordan StrongCoastal Carolina
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  2020 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: D'Jordan Strong, Coastal Carolina, DB,...Strong is not only tied for the Sun Belt lead but also the nation's lead in interceptions with five on the season. The junior cornerback, who was not tested much of the season, also totaled six pass breakups to give him 11 passes defended which are sixth in the league overall. Strong also added 26 tackles, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, and forced one fumble as part of a defensive unit that was the top scoring defense in the Sun Belt at 18.7 points per game and was tied for second in interceptions with 14. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#47 CB) Sr/2022 CB DJordan StrongCoastal Carolina
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  2020 SUN BELT FOOTBALL NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: D'Jordan Strong, Coastal Carolina,...Strong, who transferred in this year, closed out his first year with Coastal tallying 26 tackles, 21 of them being solos, and is first on the team in passes defended with 11. His five interceptions this season rank him first with one returned for a pick-six against App State. The junior registered a team-high two interceptions twice this season against Georgia Southern (October 24) and App State (November 21). - Sun Belt Football

(DS#47 CB) Sr/2022 CB DJordan StrongCoastal Carolina
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  If you saw Coastal Carolina junior cornerback D'Jordan Strong during the team's break from football activities due to the coronavirus in the spring and early summer, chances are he was carrying and tossing a football. Strong joined the Chanticleers from Northeast Mississippi Community College in January, in time for CCU's early spring practices in February and early March. During those sessions, defensive backs coach Bryant Foster was impressed with Strong's ability to cover wide receivers, and he also noted that Strong was dropping the ball a lot. Strong had just one interception in two years of JUCO football - though he notes he had a 100-yard interception return negated by a penalty - while playing predominantly single man-to-man coverage.

"I used to drop a lot of balls in the spring, and coach Foster texted me when coronavirus was going on big-time and said, 'Hey man, don't think I'm being funny, but you get you a football and just walk around and throw it in the air and catch it and see how it feels. Man, you could lead the conference in interceptions this season and be a first-team Sun Belt cornerback because you've got the ability to do it. If you just do this one little thing you've got potential to be something,' " Strong recalled. "That's what I did, and now I've got five interceptions and that's crazy because coach Foster called it." - Myrtle Beach Online


(DS#47 CB) Sr/2022 CB DJordan StrongCoastal Carolina
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