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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

2003-04 Marist

28

42.5

35.7

73.1

1.0

0.1

3.8

4.0

6.8

2004-05 Marist

27

44.1

28.7

65.5

1.3

0.1

4.4

6.3

11.7

2005-06 Marist

29

48.7

37.4

74.2

1.7

0.0

4.8

8.5

16.1

2006-07 Marist

33

42.5

29.8

69.0

1.4

0.1

5.9

8.7

17.2

DIV I Totals

117

44.6

34.0

70.2

1.3

0.1

4.7

6.9

12.9

2007 Pre-Draft Scouting Report by Matthew Maurer

Assets
Has a lot of point guard qualities such as the ability to control tempo, great court vision, high basketball IQ and veteran leadership … Patient player who keeps his dribble alive instead of over-penetrating and forcing passes … Great standstill shooter from the perimeter who can convert when left open … Surprising rebounder despite his strength/athleticism for his position … Strong player who understands how to use his body to shield off defenders on drives to the basket … Pesky perimeter defender, thanks to his footwork and anticipation skills … Hustler who has no problem doing the dirty work like diving on the floor for loose balls … Constantly looks to push the ball up the court to ignite the fast break … Great decision maker with the ball in his hands … Plays the game with a great deal of intensity and determination … Has no problem handling most defensive pressure due to his calm demeanor … Has three point range on his jumper … Decent finisher on his drives to the basket and can finish with either hand … Does an excellent of distributing to open teammates …

Liabilities
Although decently quick, Jordan struggles to gain full separation from his defender … Inconsistent jump shooter who can go through big periods of hot/cold streaks … Could struggle to defend the NBA point guards due to his average lateral quickness … Not a great at shooting off the dribble or working off screens … Doesn’t have the body type that the NBA covets while listed at 6-2, could be shorter and lacks strength … To compound matters his arms aren’t long enough to make up for his average quickness … Has NBA range but lacks consistency to make the 3-point with regularity … Potential may be limited as he doesn’t appear to have very far to go before he reaches the ceiling … Can be a little turnover prone which to his credit is due in part to his team’s personnel, as he is the only quality ball handler …

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