At 6-2, 210-pounds, Jordan runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds and
characterizes himself as a power back.
"That's pretty much my game," he went on to explain. "I'm a between the
tackles type of runner and I get stronger as the game goes on. I wear
on a defense and then the scat back comes in and busts one open."
Jordan, a four-star prospect and rated the No. 17 running back in the
nation according to Scout.com, has plenty of offers to choose from.
"It's sort of hard to narrow it down because I have 12 offers," he
said. "I haven't camped anywhere so I'll probably wait until the middle of
the seeason before I narrow things down. I'll cut it down to five and
then take my official visits.
"I've been to a few places, like Tennessee, Alabama, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss, but I need to see a little more. Just about all the schools
looking at me have offered. I'm looking at those schools, plus a couple of
others like Clemson and Georgia Tech. I can't really narrow it down
Does Jordan have a serious interest level in Vanderbilt?
"Yeah, I definitely have some interest in Vanderbilt," said the rising
senior from Brentwood Academy. "They had a coach come by our school,
and a guy that played there came by too. Our team had a 7 on 7 passing
tournament there, so I got to see a lot of the place. The campus is real
Jordan spent time at Norcross High School in Georgia before returning
to Nashville for his junior and senior seasons. Last year Jordan
suffered a knee injury after the fourth game of the year, causing him to miss
the remainder of his junior season. In four games last year he rushed
for 487 yards and five scores. He figures to be 100-percent when
Brentwood's practice begins.
Chris Jordan Profile