"He scored 34 points the other night," Hart said. "He's doing well. I like his individual game a lot. He does a lot of good things on the court."
The reporters on this website have also watched Stevens play a lot too in the past. He has the ability to score, rebound, and find an open teamate with a pass.
Jordan is a 2009 prospect, giving him two more full seasons to continue to make progress in his individual game.
"He's visited Rhode Island (unofficially)," Hart said. "He has also been offered by Siena, Albany, and I believe Western Kentucky. He is also interested in St. Joe's, George Mason, Fordham, and Massachusetts."
Hart previously mentioned Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, St. John's, St. Francis, and Delaware as also being schools of interest.
"He's still open," Hart said. "He has a lot of skills and that makes him an attractive prospect for any school."