Levi Jordan.SEATTLE - It's been an exciting two week span for Puyallup High School senior
On May 31, he and his Vikings' baseball teammates wrapped up a perfect 28-0 season by beating South Kitsap to win the school's first 4A Washington State Championship. Then, last Saturday, the city of Puyallup honored Jordan and his teammates with a parade through town. This week, Jordan capped a whirlwind 10 days by finalizing his decision to join the Huskies in the fall to embark on a college baseball career.
Jordan was a four-year letter winner in baseball, earning first team All-SPSL South honors as a senior and junior and second-team recognition as a sophomore. This spring he hit .312 (30 for 96) with a home run, four doubles and 20 RBI.
As a junior he hit .404 (36 for 99) with 8 doubles, two triples and 20 RBI.
Jordan was also a standout on the gridiron. He was the 2013 4A SPSL South receiver of the year, 2013 News Tribune All-Area Team and second-Team All-SPSL as a junior. In two years on the football field, he combined for 115 catches, 1,858 yards and 25 touchdowns.
Jordan will join a Husky Baseball squad that just saw a record eight players selected in the 2014 MLB Draft and finished the year 41-17-1 record and first NCAA appearance in 10 years.
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