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Sterns a Big-Time Safety

Sterns a Big-Time Safety

It took all of two plays to show why Jordan Sterns could find himself among the more recruited players in the state of Texas next year.

First, in Cibolo Steele's victory over Austin High, the 2013 safety read a pass play, broke on the ball and beat the receiver to the spot. The tipped ball hung in the air before falling back into Sterns' arms for the interception. Later, on a run play, Sterns screamed up from his safety spot and laid a hit that could be heard from the stands. Those are the kinds of plays that the 6-foot, 190-pound... Recommended Stories

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