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Class of 2023 DB Jordan Woolfolk Trying to Turn Around Freehold Boro's Campaign

September 13, 2022
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Freehold, NJ: While it has not been the best start to the 2022 NJSIAA football season for Freehold Boro, there is plenty of time to turn it around in September and October.

And senior defensive back Jordan Woolfolk is going to be one of the major keys for the Colonials.

Freehold Boro has started the season against two of the state’s and Shore Conference’s best teams, and while they ended in losses, they also proved to be good tests to see what the Colonials have to work on at practice as they attempt to get back to .500 or above for another campaign.

Oh, and maybe make a run to the playoffs.

Woolfolk, the 6-2, 175-pound speedster (4.65 40 time), is ready to help the Colonials in any way he can.

One of the things that sets Wollfolk apart from so many other high school athletes around the state (and country) is his hard work in the classroom as well as the football field. He has worked hard to get his GPA to a 3.1, and with one more semester to go, that number should rise.

Here is a scouting report on Woolfolk from a coach in the Shore Conference Constitution Division:

“We know enough to work away from Woolfolk on the field. With his size and speed, he can really affect a game if you let him. I know he is a weapon on returns as well. He reads the game so well, and he is always a threat to jump a route and take it back to the house. He really makes teams change gameplans.”

To check out Woolfolk’s film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here:

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