In H.S. he was a standout three-sport athlete (football, basketball, track). Jordan was named the 2004 Region IV Defensive MVP and was named First Team All-State Class 4A by both the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune.
In 2009 at Weber, he earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference honors as a junior while tallying 97 TTs, 3 ints., and 4 other PBUs. In 2010, he racked up 100 TTs, 1.5 TFLs, half a sack, 1 interception, 6 other breaksups, a FF and 2 FR. Also was the team's primary punt returner this past fall, tallying a 12.3 return average.
Strengths: Aggressive. Mature leader. Gets to a lot of plays and usually makes them. Hands for the pick. Decent punt returner at this level. Team oriented.
Weaknesses: Thin and will not hold up to NFL pounding at his current size. Plays FS, but his strong suit is tackling, not coverage. Overaged and maxed out. Average athlete. Decent college punt returner, but does not have the explosive speed you want in a return man, and does it more with smarts and lane awareness than with athleticism.
Projection: Dime back with a chance to stick in the right situation. Priority UDFA."