He's a lot more polished than any of the recruits we put out in the last few years. Markel, Dee, Josh and Troy were all really raw. This kid I would say is better than all of them but Markel. I will say, yes, against WM, he wasn't playing his best. Can say that for much of the early season, with the exception of the Comeaux game, he was huge in that. But he is, what I consider our only "Star" on this team, we've got a lot of pieces but this year and next, we'll go only as far as he takes us.
When our big man became ineligible over the summer it was a real blow to us, these kids only recently learned how to play without him because he was a sure fire 15 and 15 guy for us. Jordan was the one who picked up his rebounding slack.
He shoots the ball extremely well from the outside, with pressure or without, beautiful stroke, nice lift, straight up and down. Can create his own shot, active in the motion offense and body to get around defenders and can crash the glass.
Though I don't think he's as good as Markel was at this point, definitely not a better athlete, Jordan is surely more ready for college than he was.
This post was edited on 2/23 at 8:48 pm