Jordan Jackson-Hope is completing his Rugby apprenticeship at the Brumbies with the likes of Qantas Wallabies Matt Toomua, Christian Lealiifano and current Head Coach, Stephen Larkham passing on their knowledge. With such teachers there is little wonder that Jordan has been talked about as a potential Wallabies prospect. With plenty of water to still pass under the bridge, Jackson-Hope is looking to kick start his year with some good performances for the Australia U20s.
Representative Honours: Australian Schoolboys 2014
Super U20s: Canberra U20s
Club: Tuggeranong Vikings
Young gun Jordan Jackson-Hope has been on an upwards trajectory since signing a development contract in late 2015 with the Brumbies.
The ACT local attended rugby nursery St Edmunds College in Canberra and captained the first 15s, as well as being selected for the ACT Schoolboys and Australian Schoolboys.
In his first season playing in the John I Dent Cup with the Tuggeranong Vikings in 2015, Jackson-Hope made appearances in both the Colts and debuted for 1st grade.
After a stellar performance for the Brumbies U20s, Jackson-Hope was also selected for the Australian U20s.
Just a few weeks after his selection for the Australian U20s, the inside centre made his debut off the bench for the Brumbies.
Now Jordon will further his skills as he pulls on a jersey for the UC Vikings.