A three-star defensive end out of Georgia who captained his Mt. San Jacinto College team, has signed with the Utah Utes in their 2018 recruiting class. Jeremiah Jordan, a San Jacinto, Calif. native, had offers from Utah, Kansas and Washington State.
Welcome juco DE Jeremiah Jordan to #SackLakeCity! Great edge pass rusher was 1st-team all-league in 2017. 45 total tackles this season included 12 TFL & 4.5 sacks. https://t.co/qLwotQfZ87 #UtahNSD18 #goutes pic.twitter.com/J5FX7vFCtf— Utah Athletics (@utahathletics) December 20, 2017
The 6’4”, 233-pound junior college transfer was named First-team SCFA American Division Mountain League in 2017. He played in 10 games at Mt. San Jacinto where he racked up 45 tackles (12 TFL, 4.5 sacks). While playing at Limestone College in 2015, Jordan played in seven games and had seven tackles (1.0 TFL).
Jordan played two seasons at Redan High School in Georgia after transferring from Stephenson High School.
Coach Kyle Whittingham said Jordan will provide “immediate help at defensive end.”