Ht: 6-7 Wt: 316
Rivals: 4-Star #6 OT
Scout: 4-Star #11 OT
247Sports: 4-Star #21 OT
ESPN: 4-Star #16 OT
Michael Jordan was an Associated Press Division 1-2 Michigan all-state pick, a first-team Detroit Free Press all-state selection and a member of the Free Press "dream team" offense after a senior campaign in which he averaged six pancake blocks per game -- according to published reports -- and did not allow a sack ... playing for coach Mike Sawchuck, Jordan is a consensus 4-star prospect (Rivals, 247Sports, Scout and ESPN) with Top 20 offensive tackle rankings nationally by Rivals (No. 6), Scout (No. 11) and ESPN (No. 16) ... Jordan was the No. 1 offensive linemen in Michigan as a senior and among the Top 5 players in the state by both Rivals (No. 3) and 247Sports (No. 3) ... the No. 103 player overall by Prepstar and a member of its Dream Team ... he was named to the All-USA Today second-team offense as a senior and was ranked, overall, No. 99 on the Rivals 100, No. 142 by Scout and No. 146 on the ESPN 300 ... helped Plymouth to consecutive state playoff appearances in 2014 and 2015 ... also wrestled and competed in track and field ... enrolled in classes at Ohio State in January 2016 ... is the son of Jacquie and Michael Jordan Sr.
Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Iowa, Nebraska, Penn State
Alex Boone, Jack Mewhort, Andrew Norwell
Powerful run blocker. Dominates smaller players at the line of scrimmage. Opens holes repeatedly for ball carriers. Explosive at the snap. Played on a run-first team, so pass blocking will likely be an issue early on, but fortunately for him he is already enrolled and will take part in spring practice.
A likely redshirt year will allow Jordan to get acclimated to life as a collegiate offensive lineman.