Spokane Shock Re-Sign 2019 NAL MVP Jordan Jolly
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON - The Spokane Shock today are pleased to announce the re-signing of star WR Jordan Jolly. The 2019 Offensive Player of the Year, Most Valuable Player and 1st-Team All-NAL selection has teamed with Shock QB Charles McCullum the past six seasons to form indoor football's most accomplished tandem, accounting for three MVP awards, two championships, four championship game appearances and numerous records.
Jolly's 1,204 receiving yards in 2019 broke the all-time NAL mark while he also topped the league in receptions (104) and receiving touchdowns (31). An All-NAL selection in 2018 as well, Jolly was a key cog in the league's top scoring offense and played his best game on the biggest stage, pacing all receivers with eight receptions for 110 yard and four touchdowns to lead the Cobras to a dominate 66-8 victory in the NAL championship game.
The Missouri City, Texas native played for the Wichita Falls Nighthawks from 2016-2017. Named a First-Team All-IFL selection in 2017, Jolly led the league in receptions (97), receiving yards (1,110) and yards per game (69.4). The McCullum-Jolly combination began when the pair teamed up for the Nashville Venom from 2014-15 with Jolly earning first team ALL-NIPL their initial season together. Jolly once again played his best in the 2014 NIPL Championship game, leading his team to victory with 10 catches for 156 yards and three touchdowns. Jolly played collegiately at Navarro College.
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