After a rookie season in which he showed signs of becoming a great starting safety, second-year S Jordan Whitehead has started the season playing like an all-pro. Against San Francisco, Whitehead lead the Bucs in tackles, and since then he hasn’t let off the gas. So far this year his stats read like this 19 tackles 1int and 4PD.
He has also shown that he is a fearless hitter and has amazing agility that enables him to play in the box or over the top, if need be, and let’s not forget his speed he did play some RB while in college.
Jordan Whitehead is becoming a star of the Bucs defensive backfield, and you can bet your bottom dollar that he’s got a Pro Bowl in his future.