Jordan Hornbeak
Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
RB

Jordan Hornbeak

Running Back
6′0″ / 195 lbs
Fresno, CA
San Joaquin Memorial
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 86.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Fresno State
Signed
California
None
Colorado
None
San Jose State
None
UCLA
None

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Sophomore Year Highlights
Jordan Hornbeak Wk's 1-4
Junior Season

Updates

Greg Richardson
9 mo ago by Greg Richardson
RB Depth and Recruiting
Let's take a look at the current roster:Senior: Deshawn Collins, Bradrick Shaw, Marcel Dancy (3)Junior: Christopher Brown (1)Sophomore: NoneFreshman: Chris Street, Damien Moore, DeCarlos Brooks (3))The above would say that adding two RBs in 2021 is not an issue, especially with some risk that Brown leaves early for the NFLA transfer might be more ideal than two freshmen as that would have five players fighting for snaps all freshman and sophomores. Look for Cal to assess JC and Grad Transfers as the cycle progresses. Cal is focused on four players currently, all of whom have actionable offers:Byron Cardwell , Justin Johnson , Johnathan Arceneaux and Jordan Hornbeak Cardwell will be a late decision and one where Cal likes where they sit. Don't be surprised to see the Bears take the next to commit from among the other three. Arceneaux is looking to decide within the next month. Hornbeak's timeline might be similar. Hornbeak recently had a virtual visit with the Cal Staff and Arceneaux's will happen shortly.Meanwhile, UCLA, Utah, and UW may all be done at the RB position for 2021 (save that all of them would take Cardwell as a bonus player). That's significant because those three are the only Power 5 offers other than Cal for Hornbeak and Utah is the only other remaining P5 school on Arceneaux's list. They bring different things to the table though all have the size and style to be workload backs. There's not a scat pure speed, or 3rd down back type in the mix.Arceneaux: Listed at only 185 (look for him to play at 200+ in college), he's a strongly built 5'10 and has good balance to go with a lethal cut back move and good not elite speed (ran an 11.4 100M as a sophomore). He's got a running style with darting feet and the ability to break arm tackles. Very productive with 1900 yards, however, he racked up big games against lower competition and struggled against the big boys.Hornbeak: A very well built 195+ as a HS junior, Hornbeak can lower his shoulder and break tackles though he had more of his success in the open field with decent speed and solid elusiveness. He's a run to daylight and use his ruggedness to beat you style back. Johnson: Another strongly built back, Johnson's very quick laterally, with a running style reminiscent of former Cal bear Tre Watson, albeit with a much bigger and more powerful frame. Very elusive in open space with quick feet. Not a burner but a good receiver and will break tackles. Cardwell: The national recruit with offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Florida State, etc is a consensus top 300 player in the 2021 class. Cardwell is the biggest of the backs at nearly 6' and 200lbs. Thick upperbody a la Chris Brown, Cardwell can run over or around defenders. Cardwell has plus acceleration and good, not elite top end speed. Capable and productive receiver out of the backfield. Only slight might be a slightly upright running motion.
Greg Richardson
9 mo ago by Greg Richardson
Updated Projections on the 2021 Football Recruiting Class - JULY 8th
With the 2021 Class War Rooms' updated, it's time to stick my neck out and do a far too early projection for the class.Quarterback: (1)Kai Millner was rising fast up the QB board based on his athleticism and upside and he had a good connection with Musgrave on his visit to Berkeley. Millner's committed and Cal is likely doneRunning Back: (1-2)Byron Cardwell has got a ton of options but Cal, UW and Utah have risen to the top. He'd like to wait until after his senior season and at this point, the Bears are well positioned. Jordan Hornbeak is not a dissimilar back to Cardwell but is likely to make a decision sooner and Cal's in a strong position with the Fresno productCardwell's commitment after an earlier commitment from another running back is the only way I see Cal taking two backs. Wide Receiver: (2-3)Mavin Anderson - the four-star verbal commitment anchors this offensive class and provides elite speed and explosive athleticism to the WR room. Has tremendous YAC potential with his strong build and he will be a factor in the return game as well.J Michael Sturdivant - The second four-star WR commitment provides another deep threat to compliment Anderson. Lonyatta Alexander - the strong-bodied and strong-handed Alexander is a Geoff MacArthur clone with better speed. While ASU may get his early verbal, I'm predicting on signing day he becomes a BearOffensive Line: (4)Bastian Swinney is already committed and is a perfect book end tackle.Will Reed has a lot of big time football (Tennessee, Michigan State) and academic (Yale, Brown, Dartmouth) offers and in the end will choose the best combination of both with Cal.Noah Pulealii is a mauler with a ton of upside. He really likes the hometown Bears and will finish up this class with power and strengthJordan Moko - The JC All American really likes what Cal is selling but a visit is needed to cement the fit. Assuming that happens, look for him to join a solid OL classTight Ends: (2)Jermaine Terry will end up being the catalyst for a 2021 class with a lot of local flavor. The commit has MVP potential on the field and as a recruiter.Keleki Latu is an athletic and versatile player who could be successful at OLB and TE. We like him at TE with his long levers helping in blocking and a big catch radius.DEFENSEDefensive Tackle/Nose Guard: (1)Jacob Schuster is an underrated beast. Incredibly light on his feet and athletic for a 300lb man. Cal has made him an early priority and in the end that will be the deciding factorDefensive End: (2)Akili Calhoun is the bookend early local commitment alongside his friend Jermaine Terry. Chalk up another explosive pass rusher for Peter Sirmon's defenseDerek Wilkins will not be able to ignore Terry and Calhoun's entreaties and will eschew Stanford, Oregon and Washington to give the Bears his pledgeOutside Linebackers: (2 + Rutchena)Patrick Hisatake - Hisatake has WDE/OLB versatility given his size a la Tevin Paul. Cal projects him as primarily an OLB and this will be a battle with ASU for his services with a signing day pledge going to the Bears.Hunter Barth gives Cal a hard-hitting hybrid Safety/OLB (Star) who can do a bit of everythingInsider Linebacker: (2)Kaleb Elarms-Orr is the top man on the board and he likes what's hearing from Cal. Feels like a preseason decision for the local OLB/DE who will convert inside for the Bears.Moses Oladejo adds more local color to the 2021 class. Man-sized with a high motor, Oladejo's passion for Cal will lead to his signature in DecemberCornerback: (2-3)Fatuvalu Iosefa 's commitment gives Cal a high ceiling and underrated cover man in the secondary. Ceyair Wright will be a great boundary cover guy with his length and good hips. A solid relationship with Yates will result in Cal getting his pledge over Oregon and ASUKaylin Moore the Oaks Christian prospect has Cal as a leader and I believe that solidifies to a commitmentSafety: (2-3)Kaleb Higgins will create a house divided with his brother at Stanford. Look for the Bears to convert him to safety where his physicality and versatility make him a great fitDJ Harvey - The VA Tech pledge is another of the COVID flips late in the process. Cal will stay on him and get a December signature
2021 Offensive War Room
9 mo ago by Bear Insider
2021 Offensive War Room
A look into who we see as some of the realistic offensive recruiting priorities in the 2021 recruiting class along with insight into the approach taken by the staff in their recruiting efforts
Fresno RB Jordan Hornbeak Talks Recruiting
11 mo ago by Jim McGill
Fresno RB Jordan Hornbeak Talks Recruiting
6-0/190 San Jouquin Memorial (Fresno, CA)High School RB Jordan Hornbeak mulling his options

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