Jordan came in and showed big play ability as a true freshmen in 2004, hauling in 29 balls for 332 yards and two touchdowns. He upped his totals as a sophomore, catching 34 passes for 455 yards and four touchdowns. Last year as a junior, he had career highs with 46 receptions and 571 yards to go along with four touchdowns. Jordan had another solid season with 41 receptions for 541 yards and two touchdowns.
Jordan is a quick receiver, with the ability to make big plays. He has excellent quickness and the ability to change directions to get open and to make plays with the ball in his hands. He has very good athleticism and body control, and may be able to contribute on special teams.
Size is the biggest issue plaguing Jordan. He lacks to overall size to compete with most corners, and he can be taken out of plays by corners who play physical at the line. Jordan will also struggle over the middle to hold on to the football because of his lack of bulk.
Robert Jordan is a solid prospect, because of his quickness and athleticism. He can make the big play, and is a guy you can depend on in big situations.