Junior and Senior Athletes Commit to Colleges for Football and Baseball


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Brock Hines, Staff Writer

 Junior Jordan Jenkins and senior senior Staton Dudley committed to Texas universities to play college sports.  Jenkins will attend Baylor University, and Dudley will attend The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

“Being an athlete, your film is what first catches a scout’s attention, so getting that to them was a priority,” Jenkins said. “They would check your grades and maybe ask a coach what kind of a person you are.“

Jenkins is going into Baylor with a D1 offer and will play the position of running back. In college, he wants to study computer engineering.

“All of my offers had a great staff, athletic program, and a great education to give, so it came down to what school I felt most comfortable with,” Jenkins said. “Baylor was my number one for a while and so I chose them.”

After college, Jenkins wants to either explore the option of going into the NFL or to become a computer programmer.

“NFL-wise I know that [Baylor] will push me to be the best version of myself,” Jenkins said. “[Baylor also] has a really good technology course that allows job shadowing and other business opportunities for that major.”

Staton has committed to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor due to his abilities in baseball. He has been playing baseball since 2009 and joined the varsity team during his sophomore year.

“I am blessed to say that I will be continuing my education at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor,” Staton said. “ I can’t thank my family, friends, and coaches enough for pushing me to become the player I am today.”