North Gwinnett's Jordan Hancock Puts Parents Safety First, Will Sit Out Senior Season Due To COV
On Monday, North Gwinnett Bulldpgs cornerback and Ohio State commit, Jordan Hancock announced that he would opt out of his final season of high school football amid safety concerns for his parents while the country deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. Hancock, took to Twitter to make the announcement stating, "It comes a point in time in everyone's life where we have to make tough decisions, but what is his plan is my plan. After long nights of talking with my family, my supporters and my heavenly father himself, I've decided to sit out my senior year of football due to my mother's current breast cancer fight and my father's current heart conditions." Hancock, went on to show his gratitude and love for his North Gwinnett family and the memories they made together. He added, "I love the game of football, but this is not the time for me to be selfish and think about myself," adding "I'm a North Gwinnett Bulldog FOR LIFE!!!" Hancock also thanked the Suwanee community. Hancock's announcement comes following John's Creek football's Justin Hunter losing both his parents to COVID-19 last week just days apart. We send our prayer to both Jordan and Justin!