SG/SF/PG   Ht: 198cm   Wt: 94kg   DOB: 1/19/94

Can put it on the floor and is most comfortable as a ‘do it all’ SF.  Possesses great touch on the ball and as his college coach put it “he just finds a way to make shots”.  Has really learned to play on the defensive side of the floor and now takes pride in shutting down the opposition. He is a GREAT teammate and will carry that role on any team.  Has a knack for the ball and can easily pick up double figure rebounding games by overpowering opposing SG and SF position players.  A definite pleasure to coach, he acts like a coach on the floor always thinking one step ahead.  Has a high basketball IQ and made continuous improvement over his collegiate career.  Played within the confines of his college system but is a player whose athletic ability will allow him to really breakout once he moves into the overseas market.  Expect great things wherever he lands and for success to follow his team.

2018-19  Olympic 3x3 Qualification Tournaments

                  China, Malaysia, Germany etc

2017-18  Canada NBL - St.John’s

                   (suffered season ending injury)

2016-17  CIS Canada - Univeristy of British Columbia

                  15.0ppg,  4.5rpg,  3.5apg, 1.7spg,

                  FG 50%,  3PT 30% (16-54), FT 70%



2015-16  CIS Canada - Univeristy of British Columbia

                  14.2ppg,  4.7rpg,  3.1apg, 1.1spg,

                  FG 50%,  3PT 33% (16-48), FT 81%


2014-15  CIS Canada - Univeristy of British Columbia

                  10.3ppg,  4.0rpg,  4.5apg, 1.5spg,

                  FG 51%,  3PT 20% (8-40), FT 59%

HIGHLIGHTS 2016-17: A great senior season that saw Jordan be the ‘do it all’ player for his team!


VIDEO 2016-17: Jordan (#6blue) is fantastic in a winner take all overtime playoff game.  He has 33pts, 6rebs, 10assts,1 blk and shoots 2-4 from downtown!!

VIDEO 2016-17: Jordan (#6white) has another outstanding game with 23pts, 3rebs, 3asts, 2stls and shot 2-2 3pt and 9-13 form the field!

VIDEO 2018-19: Jordan (#4blue) and his teammates are working their way to a 3X3 Olympic berth.  Check out his great play in the Nanjing qualifying tournament.