32 Jordan Eddington
>> At Navy: Moved to fullback from inside linebacker in the spring ... enters the fall fourth on the depth chart ... started his career at Navy as an outside linebacker and moved to inside linebacker in the spring of 2008 ... seemed to adjust well at fullback and could push for playing time this year ... one of the best athletes on the team ... runs a 4.44 40-yard dash ... ran a pro-agility time of 4.17 ... has a vertical leap of 37.0 ... can clean 340 pounds, the second-best mark on the team.
>> 2008: Played in all 13 contests, making four stops primarily on special teams ... produced a career-high three tackles in leading the Midshipmen to a 34-0 win over the Black Knights, as well as their sixth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief's Trophy win ... it's the first time Navy has pitched back-to-back shutouts since 1978 ... it's also the first shutout against Army since 1978 (28-0) ... prevented Army from scoring late in the second quarter when he ran down Patrick Mealy who returned a Navy kickoff 63 yards ... turned in his first tackle of the season in Navy's come-from-behind victory over Temple.
>> 2007: Played in five games ... made his collegiate debut at Rutgers ... delivered first-career tackle at North Texas.
>> 2006: Did not see any varsity action.
>> High School / Personal: A 2005 graduate of W.H. Taft High School, Eddington attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2005-06 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned four letters each in football and track (sprinter) ... earned Honorable Mention All-State (Texas) kudos in football his senior year ... football team was state runner-up his freshman year and was regional champ his senior year ... as a junior, he placed fifth in the 100 meters at the state championship track meet ... full name is Jordan Ashley Eddington ... born Oct. 13, 1986, in San Antonio, Texas ... son of Ashley and Susan Eddington ... majoring in International Relations.