NFL adds three Jordan School District schools to Super Bowl honor roll

Posted at 3:07 PM, Feb 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-01 17:07:07-05

WEST JORDAN, Utah — The National Football League sent letters to three high schools with the Jordan School District, congratulating them for being inducted into the NFL’s Super Bowl High School Honor Roll community.

Bingham High School, West Jordan High School and Copper Hills High School each received a letter and were awarded a golden football because they each have a former student who played in the NFL and went on to compete in a Super Bowl game.

A news release from the school district provided the following details on each school’s NFL alumni:

Bingham High – Graduate and former Miner football player, Bruce Alan Hardy was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1978 and played in two Super Bowl games, 1983 and 1985. This year’s Super Bowl will feature Bingham graduate and former Miner, Star Lotulelei who plays defensive tackle for the Carolina Panthers.

West Jordan High – Graduate and former Jaguar football player, Travis Hall (coached by Rick Bojak) was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons and played in the Super Bowl in 1999.

Copper Hills High – Graduate and former Grizzly football player, Sealver Siliga was drafted by the New England Patriots and helped lead the team to a 2015 Super Bowl win against the Seattle Seahawks.