"It was a really good visit," Jordan told BadgerNation. "The environment and the fans were real live. The team did good and got the win, so I liked it.
"I would say the most impressive thing about my visit today was how the team played. They shoot a lot of threes and came up with the big play when they needed it. I could see myself fitting into Coach Ryan's system there."
The highly-regarded shooting guard is ranked the No. 20 shooting guard and a four-star recruit by Scout.com. The Badgers have been on him early by being his first Big Ten offer and he talks about the interaction he had with some of the Wisconsin coaches before the game.
"Before the game, I talked to Coach Ryan and Coach Gard," said Jordan. "They were just telling me that I could come down anytime and they would love to see me play at Wisconsin. They also were telling me I could do great things in that offense and I could open up the floor with my length."
The 6-4 guard holds early offers from Butler, Creighton, Illinois, Illinois State, Indiana and Xavier. After having a solid visit to Madison, he is looking to put his recruitment to the back burner and focus more on his junior season.
"My recruitment is pretty mild right now," said Jordan. "The high school season has started and the college basketball season has started, so I am just texting a couple coaches and might get up to a couple games, but I am working towards a big year. I got no more upcoming visits at the moment and I don't a have top list either."