Rutgers has only 10 scholarship players set to suit up in the upcoming basketball season, but the ones available showed signs of progress through the first week of preseason practice.
"I started off the first couple of practices with them on the same team. and I broke them up," Jordan said. "I just thought they were too dominant in practice."
Jordan was highly complementary of the post play so far, including high praise for freshman Ibrahima Diallo.
Diallo and wing Ryan Johnson are ineligible to play as true freshmen, opening opportunities for walk-ons Stephen Zurich and Jake Dadika in the mix.
"We're at the rim all night long in practice, and we weren't close to doing that last year," Jordan said.