Tide, Bulldogs show interest in 2014 QB 

May, 11, 2012
KIMBERLY, Ala. -- Mortimer Jordan High School quarterback Devlin Hodges had his season cut short last fall due to an injury. Fortunately, he’s still just a sophomore. The 2014 prospect is fully healthy this spring and has been itching to get back out on the football field.

“It’s been too long,” Hodges said. “I’m probably the most excited out here. I’m the first one on the field everyday. I wish it didn’t have to end.”

It’s that attitude and love for the game that has Mortimer Jordan head coach Greg Watts excited about the upcoming season. He believes with Hodges at quarterback, his team has the talent to reach the playoffs.

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