Yesterday was his first of the year, a trip to Ann Arbor to see the Michigan Wolverines.
"It was good," he said, "a good game experience. It was good to see how everything's working out with Michigan. They're looking pretty good."
The Wolverines have done well at Madison recently, with alums, running back Michael Shaw and receiver Roy Roundtree are key contributors for the Wolverines. As a result, Jordan has seen many of the Maize and Blue's games, but something was a little different on Saturday.
"I came to a few games last year and I see the defense has stepped it up a lot and the offense still looking good as always."
The offensive system is sometimes pegged as a running back's system, but Jordan sees reason for pass catchers to be excited as well.
"They use the receivers pretty good. They spread the ball around, the quarterback is very accurate, so that's good."
As for other visits, Jordan said, "The 18th I'm going out to Wisconsin for an official visit."
Jordan said he would be making a decision "probably about mid-season."
When he makes a decision, he says it will not be a complicated process.
"Just where I'm most comfortable."