Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Matthews goes extra mile in practice
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 21, 2014
But after a brief huddle in the middle of the field, Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Matthews was far from done. In advance of the Senior Bowl, Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews requested video of the cornerbacks playing in the game, hoping to learn their tendencies. I have to worry about what Jordan Matthews is doing and make sure Im the best possible player I can be. “Mr. Savage was trying to get them to me, but it didn't follow through,” Matthews said. In fact, Matthews, who caught 112 passes for 1,477 yards and seven touchdowns this season, even asked Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage to send him game film of the cornerbacks in attendance, all for the sake of gaining even the slightest advantage. Hes got a great attitude, and hes come to see me and make sure he was able to bounce around a little bit, inside outside, show us that he can run some slot work, Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said.