Jordan strikes me as a project with very nice measurables. I only saw one highlight video of his but he looks like when the big brother plays his little brother and his friends in that you really can't tell how good he is because the attempts to block him are so awful. You don't know if he makes kids look that bad because he's that good or they're just garbage and he's a freak athlete. The very late warmup in his recruiting suggests it's the latter. BUT, you can't teach length and talent and you can teach technique and lifting. So I have no problem with taking a crack at a kid like this who could turn into a real threat off the edge with a few years to develop. Khalil Mack went to Buffalo after all, and now he throws NFL LTs on the ground with one arm while turning the corner. I don't want the staff signing an entire class of guys they're trying to say fell through the cracks and we see something nobody else does. But I'm cool with a handful of them once the big fish are in the boat.