Jordan Sisco is a try hard over achiever who has exceptional hands.Â He’s got decent strength to avoid jams at the line of scrimmage and is an elusive runner after the catch.
Sisco has no kick returning experience but might be tried at the position.Â He’ll likely have to make some kind of impact unless a team falls in love with him at the draft.Â He compares favorably to some of the other big name receivers in this class as far as skills, but not in name recognition.Â Â Could be a late round Bill Polian special here.
East-West Shrine Game: Jordan Sisco (Regina) continues to shine here in Orlando. He is a very smooth route runner, and his footwork is right on point. His steps are even, and itâ€™s hard for a defensive back to press him and knock him off his route. He can sky to snare the ball, and stands out on comeback routes. A potential interception was ripped away from Alterraun Verner and became a reception for Sisco. Heâ€™s the token Canadian player here in the Shrine Game, and has impressed more than other Canadian players in the past. â€“ Draft Guys (01.19.10)
East-West Shrine Game: Jordan Sisco (Regina) was making a lot of catches today. He seems like a very â€œtry hardâ€ type of player that will work hard to hone his skills. Time after time he would make a difficult catch seem routine. Sisco has natural hands and always caught his passes with arms extended away from his body. â€“ Draft Guys (01.18.10)
Special thanks to our friends Cecil Lammey and Sigmund Bloom for their reports from the Shrine game.