Fresno State: Is making the transition to the more difficult left tackle position after starting at right tackle last season … has the physical tools to be a postseason award winner in 2000 ... has been projected as a high NFL draft choice … is big, physical and tough … has improved as a pass blocker over the last two seasons … will be a leader on the offensive front … a devastating run blocker … had an excellent spring to prepare for his senior season. (1999) Emerged as a starter after making the conversation from the defensive line … started 11 games at right tackle, missing one with a sprained ankle … was very solid all season … was an important part of Fresno State's offensive front that limited a school record-low 13 quarterback sacks. (1998) Did not see any game action. (1997) Saw action in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman ... recorded 24 tackles (10 solo) ... had one tackle for a loss ... made two starts at right end. (1996) Redshirt season ... earned Fresno State Scholar-Athlete honors and was a member of the Dean's List.
High School: A 1996 graduate of Narbonne High School (Harbor City, Calif.) ... named All-CIF (4A), All-Southern Pacific League, all-city and All-South Bay as a senior ... helped Narbonne to a 10-3 overall record and spot in the semifinals of the playoffs ... was a first team all-league and first team All-South Bay (LA Daily News) selection as a junior.
Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1978, in Bellflower, Calif. ... son of Joe and Shirley Jordan ... has one brother and one sister ... his father played football at Cal State Fullerton.