At times, it's hard to remember that he's only a rising junior, and even college coaches across the are treating him like a hot commodity on a level not experienced by most underclassmen.
"North Carolina, Georgia Tech, UConn, Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, Texas, Texas A&M, Arizona, and Cincinnati [are all recruiting me]," Jordan said. "I have offers from Texas, Texas A&M, Arizona, Georgia Tech, and Virginia Tech."
Regarding the Tar Heels specifically, Jordan noted that they've shown interest beyond the usual letters. "They sent me a questionnaire letter and I talked to one of the coaches, Joe Holladay," Jordan said.
"I like the atmosphere [at UNC]," he added. "I like the school basketball-wise, and [they have] good academics."
Jordan had a chance to catch a glimpse of Chapel Hill during the tournament, but he'll have plenty of time to return to campus if he so chooses before he makes a college decision if he sticks to his plan. "I'm probably going to wait a while [to decide]," he said.