2013 small forward Jordan Scott of Lewis-Palmer has seen his recruiting stock rise.
2013 6-6 small forward Jordan Scott of Lewis-Palmer High School is gaining attention as one of the top wings in the west. Scott, while working with his brother Josh, a 6-9 2012 University of Colorado commit, helped lead Lewis-Palmer to a 22-5 record last season. The return of the talented siblings puts Lewis-Palmer in a position as one of the top teams in Colorado 4A basketball for this upcoming season.
Individually, Jordan is coming off great spring on the AAU circuit and is currently in the midst of a rigorous tourney schedule playing for his Colorado Chaos club squad in the Adidas Invitational in Indianapolis, the Great American Shootout in Duncanville, Texas, the Las Vegas Fab 48 and the Desert Duel in Phoenix.
Very long and athletic, Jordan, a top defender augments his game with a strong, high energy motor. Strong in transition, Jordan is able to finish at the rim and can also shoot the ball with consistency. Adding to this impressive skill set is Jordan's work as a rebounder on both ends of the floor. Jordan's on court skills have brought about attention from multiple schools including Colorado, Oklahoma, Boston College, Wake Forest, Virginia, Nebraska, Utah, Xavier, Creighton, Colorado State, Fresno State, New Mexico State, Wyoming, Portland, Drake, San Diego as well as many other low majors.
Success this month during multiple high profile tournaments as well as what should be a very successful junior season will no doubt see Jordan's recruiting profile increase as he positions himself as one of Colorado's top prospects for the class of 2013.