But thanks to zoning rules, he found himself relegated to the much-less-impressive East Dillon Lions squad.
While she’s worked frequently since her time on , but pretty much one of the most good-hearted characters ever created on TV.
An undisputed star of the Dillon Panthers’ varsity squad, he was cocky about his abilities on and off the field -- but he worked damn hard to make sure he stayed on top, too. So it was kind-of a bummer when he retreated from the acting world for a few years after his time on the series was up.
He also made everyone cry in his final episode, celebrating with his beloved mama and his former teammates before he left Dillon to follow his college football dreams. Thankfully, he returned to our lives and our TV screens in 2012 as the ambitious and uber-competitive Dr.
cast members have gone on to find big success in highly acclaimed television series. Jordan, on the other hand, has become a full-fledged movie star since he played Vince Howard in the series’ fourth and fifth seasons.
Anyone who saw his courageous and nuanced performance as the de facto leader of the East Dillon Lions shouldn’t be surprised.