A native of Birmingham, young striker Jack Storer first arrived at Stevenage on a scholarship after leaving school in summer 2014. Before his time with us, he was a member of Birmingham City‘s academy up until U15 level. He also spent time with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolves, however, did not offer him a scholarship.
In his time with us, Storer made his senior football debut; coming on to replace Tom Pett in a 3-0 defeat at Leyton Orient in August 2015. A week later, and he was turning pro. Storer was heading home in summer 2016, though; the Blues coming back in for a player on their books once before.
Jack Storer: After Boro’
Storer’s time back at Brum failed to spark into life. After falling out of favour, he went out on loan to try and get some first team action. Yeovil Town, Gloucester City and Solihull Moors all made use of his talents at some point, but it didn’t convince the Blues to keep hold of him. At the end of his contract in 2018, he left the club and moved north to join Partick Thistle.