#32 RB Jordan Cronkrite - Junior, 5’11”, 207 pounds
TOUCHDOWN!— CHRIS TORELLO (@TorelloSports) April 14, 2018
Chris Oladokun connects with Jordan Cronkrite for the first TD of the day for the #USF offense. #BullSpring18 #BullStrong @BN9 @SpecSports360 pic.twitter.com/DzZCuNdmab
2017: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules. As you can see in the video above, had a solid spring and is by all means the frontrunner to tote the rock as USF’s starting running back in 2018.
2016 (UF): Cronk ran for 145 yards on 31 carries and one touchdown on the ground. Was fourth on the team in receptions, catching 20 passes for 120 yards and a score. He was granted his release from the program right before the Outback Bowl.
2015 (UF): Ran for 157 yards on 44 carries and three touchdowns as a true fresman in Gainesville. Also caught six passes for 89 yards and a score through the air.
How he came to USF: After spending two seasons as mostly a backup to Kelvin Taylor and Jordan Scarlett at Florida, Cronkrite decided to leave Gainesville and officially announced his intention to transfer down I-75 to USF in April of 2017.
A Miami native, Cronk played his high school ball at Westminster Christian School, rushing for 3,179 and 33 touchdowns on the ground throughout his prep career while also catching 38 passes out of the backfield for 604 yards and six touchdowns. Playing in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the Dade County product chose UF over offers from basically everywhere.
Recruiting Rankings: Rated as a four-star by 247, Rivals, and ESPN.
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