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Catching up with the Commits: Jordan Oldoerp

BELTON- The first transfer the UMHB football program added to its 2023 recruiting class was Jordan Oldoerp, a Central Texas native from Southern Nazarene University, who committed to the Cru on Jan. 3.  A quarterback with exceptional arm strength who spent time at both Georgetown and Hendrickson high school before continuing his career at the collegiate level this past fall. 

He comes to Belton ready to make an impact, having been training with Bryson Tucker, a Cru football alum, and Eric Henri, at Sacrifice Training in Pflugerville. 

Sacrifice Training is a proud sponsor of True To The Cru. An athletic performance facility founded by All-American running back, UMHB alum and former pro football player Bryson Tucker in 2012, Sacrifice Training delivers premium results to athletes of all ages looking to elevate their skill sets. Learn more at

True To The Cru’s Riley Zayas caught up with Oldoerp recently to discuss his recruitment to UMHB, his arm strength at the quarterback position, and his prep career in the Austin area. 

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