Stevens, a lefty 2009 prospect, seems smooth on the court when he handles the ball or makes a pass to an open teammate. Though he recorded just six points in a pool game against the TW Bloodhounds (team from Canada), Jordan showed a calmness to his game when pressured or in transition.
Albany City Rocks program director Jim Hart has already stated Rutgers and Albany have offered a free ride. There is also interest from Marist, Siena, Seton Hall, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, Fordham, St. Bonaventure, and Rhode Island.
Stevens has a soft touch from the outside and a high basketball IQ. He plays hard at both ends of the court and has a good understanding of game situations.
Jordan is expected to travel with the Albany City Rocks AAU program throughout the summer.