Aug 16, 2011

Dorian Jordan Steadily Improving

'13 PG Dorian Jordan, a returning starter for the Princeton Vikings, has really seen his stock improve among college coaches thanks to the extra work that he has been putting in the gym. Several low major D1's and even more D2 schools have inquired about Jordan, who only stands about 5'7 but is a pure point guard in every sense. A dynamic ballhandler and passer who uses his lack of size as an advantage, Jordan is capable of penetrating through tight gaps and getting into the teeth of the defense consistently. A more then capable shooter who can pull up off the dribble, and an above average ability to find ways to score over taller defenders in traffic makes him a triple threat. The best asset that Dorian has however is his quickness, which benefits him on both sides of the ball. Not only can he heat up his man and force a turnover but he can take that turnover and transition it downcourt for a layup or a highlight reel assists.

Dorian, along with senior SG Malcolm Smith, will be counted on as the leader of his Vikings squad this upcoming season (where expectations will be as high as always). Here is some video of Jordan shot by Workout Nation TV's Isaiah Revels. Workout Nation TV is one of the top mixtape sights in Cincinnati and young Isaiah has a real talent with ability to make a name for himself in the industry.

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