Posted On: 09/13/19 4:32 PM

Southmoore point guard Jordan Thompson is one of the top lead guards in the state of Oklahoma, and every day he takes a step forward. 

This March when Southmoore High School was having success Coach Tim Stogsdill talked about Thompson to the local Norman paper in a way that I feel needs to be highlighted once again.  Few know a player like their high school coach does and Stogsdill painted a fantastic picture for Norman Transcript readers. 

“(Jordan) studies film, he watches his mistakes,” Stogsdill said to the paper. “He’s a gym rat. He loves it. He’s got a real high basketball IQ. I look forward to having him back another year."

Thompson scored 22 points a game with six assists a contest as a high school junior and then earned All Grind Region honors on the Prep Hoops Circuit for Team Buddy Buckets. 

"The games from this spring made me more mature, and I feel like the game has slowed down for me a lot," said Thompson. "The 17u year has helped me grow up off the court, and made me realize I need to put more work in.

"Playing Team Griffin 16s in front of Buddy (Hield) was

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