Spotlight: Cherokee senior Jordan GloverJordan Glover likes having room to roam.
That's why he likes center field.
"There's a lot of space out there," said Glover, a senior centerfielder for Cherokee. "If a ball's hit to your right side, you have first priority. If a ball's hit to your left side, you have first priority. There's a lot of action."
Glover is a top defender as well as a top hitter. He covers a lot of ground in the outfield and also bats cleanup for the Chiefs.
Glover batted .385 as a junior and was a member of the Burlington County team in the Carpenter Cup. He's off to a good start this season, going 5 for 13 (.385) and leading the Chiefs in hits, doubles (two), and RBIs (five).