"I am excited about Jorddan's future as a Chippewa student-athlete," Central Michigan head coach Ernie Zeigler said. "He is a quick and athletic point guard who makes plays for his teammates, and his toughness and ability to defend fit really well into our program. We are extremely pleased to have him join our basketball family."
Jorddan Myrick, a 5-foot-11 guard, who has played with the Grand Rapids Storm AAU team, has averaged 14 points, six assists and three rebounds per game during his three-year prep career. He earned all-conference recognition as both a sophomore and a junior, and was named to the all-area second team last season.
Both of the last two years Myrick was listed as one of the top three point guards in the state of Michigan by Bankhoops.com.
Michigan Standout Myrick Signs with Chippewas
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