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Topic - Chris Jordan
The parade of high-profile college coaches zipped in and out of the Brentwood Academy in suburban Nashville in 2007. Most came to see Chris Jordan, a running back who would eventually land at Alabama.
Alabama's Dre Kirkpatrick and Chris Jordan trotted onto the field and couldn't stop smiling about the upgrades to Bryant-Denny Stadium shortly after the latest expansion was completed.
"Man, this is going to be loud," agreed Jordan, a junior linebacker.