- Previous Team: Oregon
- Experience: -
2011 — All-Pac-12 first team (Pac-12 coaches, Phil Steele) … 42 tackles over 14 games, 12 starts … Led Ducks, tied for fifth in Pac-12 with 13.0 tackles for loss … Team-high 7.5 sacks … Recorded two stops in win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl … Had one sack for a seven-yard loss in victory over UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game … Three tackles, including a career-high two sacks for a loss of 18 yards in win vs. Oregon State … Had two tackles and 0.5 TFL for a 3-yard loss in win at Stanford … Second consecutive game with at least one sack, had 1.5 sacks for a 10 yard loss to go along with five tackles in victory at Washington … Career-high seven tackles, including six solo stops and a sack for a 4-yard loss in win vs. Washington State … First career forced fumble to go along with one quarterback hurry and three solo tackles, including 1.0 TFL for a 7-yard loss in victory over Arizona State… Six tackles and 2.0 TFL for a total loss of eight yards vs. California … Recorded five tackles, 1.5 sacks for a 15-yard loss and added another TFL for a 1-yard loss in win at Arizona … Two tackles in win vs. Missouri State … Made three stops, including 1.0 TFL for a 4-yard loss vs. Nevada … Had a trio of tackles and 0.5 TFL in loss against LSU ... Notched a 33.5-inch vertical leap, a 1.71-second electronic 10-yard, a 2.79 second electronic 20-yard, a 4.08-second shuttle and a 7.23-second “L” run to lead all defensive linemen in winter conditioning … recorded six tackles and a game-high two sacks for the White Team in the spring game.
2010 — Switched from tight end to defensive end during the spring … Top reserve on the defensive line and key special teams performer started one game at defensive end … Recorded multiple tackles in all but one game … Made four solo tackles, including one for a 2-yard loss in BCS National Championship Game vs. Auburn … Two stops in win at OSU … 1.0 TFL among two stops, one pass breakup and quarterback hurry vs. Arizona … Scored his first collegiate points on a 2-point PAT rush in win at Cal … Four tackles, including a sack for a 9-yard loss in win vs. Washington … Two solo tackles and 1.0 TFL at USC … Started at defensive end, making three tackles vs. UCLA … Had a pair of tackles at Washington State … Recorded first sack as a collegian in win at Arizona State … Had a pair of tackles and was credited with a quarterback hurry in win vs. Portland State … Recorded three stops, including two solo tackles in win at Tennessee … Made an impressive defensive debut, recording a team-high (tie) five tackles and 1.0 TFL for a loss of six yards vs. New Mexico … Equaled the fastest electronic 20-yard dash among defensive linemen at 1.71 seconds and ranked second in the electronic 40-yard dash after clocking 4.77.
2009 — The reserve tight end stepped onto the field for a season-high 20 snaps against Washington State but proved to be a bigger factor as the season wore on playing special teams … Made appearances in three of the final four games of the year, including seven plays in the Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State … Finished the year with both of his tackles against Arizona State.
2008 — Performed scout team duties during his redshirt season.
BEFORE OREGON — The PrepStar All-American and first-team all-region and all-state choice caught 13 passes for 292 yards and three touchdowns in six games his senior year before the remainder of his season was curtailed while recovering from a serious off-the-field accident … Averaged 9.2 tackles per game and 0.8 sacks per game in 2007 … Blocked two kicks and forced two fumbles while returning one 59 yards against Ironwood HS … Posted 15 tackles against Yuma and 13 vs. Chavez during his senior campaign … Caught 54 passes for 804 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior.
PERSONAL — Born Dion Rory Jordan on March 5, 1990 in Chandler, Ariz. Parent: Sherrita Jordan. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Chandler (Jim Ewan) 2008. Major: Undeclared. Redshirt: 2008.
- Early Enrollee
- Gray Shirt
- Video Highlights
- Medical Redshirt
- Primary (Inactive)
- Secondary (Inactive)
- Keeper (Inactive)