"For me, Air Force was the best fit. I love Coach Reynolds' personality and coaching style and really like his staff. Air Force offers a great education and plays in a good conference, the Mountain West. I'll get to play basketball at a high level and have great opportunities after college," said Finn.
Finn led I-A state contender Etiwanda HS (31-3) in scoring (11.0 ppg) and assists (4.5 asg, 1.6 to) before a severe ankle sprain in 2008-09. He also averaged 12.3 ppg and 5.2 asg for his talented Double Pump Elite squad in the summer.
"Jordan is a true facilitator with a 3/1 assist to turnover ratio. He consistently gets his teammates involved and always seems to make that extra pass for an easy bucket," said Robert Icart, Finn's coach with Double Pump Elite. "He takes good shots and is a creative passer with great vision who doesn't makes many mistakes on the court. Jordan knocks down 3's with regularity, has a nice pull-up jumper and continues to get better at penetrating and creating his own shot."
Finn chose Air Force over scholarship offers from Colgate, Denver, Portland State and UC Riverside. Other schools expressing interest in Finn included American University, Cal Poly, Long Beach St, Portland, San Diego State, San Francisco, Santa Clara, St. Mary's, UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara.