Jordan Green

Jordan Green
Power Forward

ELITE60 Sophomore Showcase
September 3, 2023

Jordan Green’s evolution is something we are documenting. His progression is astounding. Green’s composure and grit proved to be the difference in why he was a prime performer at the Elite60 Sophomore showcase and ultimately co-MVP. Green’s game is ultra smooth. He has two-way capabilities and three level scoring tendencies. A fluid midrange game that keeps the defense honest. Not to mention Green’s wingspan helps him defend and recover at an elite level. Add Green to one of my favorite players list! The development is pure and true to the game.  by Bilal Benjamin of 1st Love Basketball

ELITE60 Freshman Showcase
September 24, 2022

Jordan has good positional size and very good length at the small forward spot. He has a slim frame, but he was active on the glass and off the bounce. He’s got a deadly mid-range game and really knows how to get his shot. His handles are ok as he can break his man down with the dribble and get into the lane, where he rises up and hits difficult jumpers in traffic. His wingspan makes his production and efficiency in the paint a sure thing. Jordan can do a bit of everything on the court and impacts both ends of the floor, but one thing he has to improve on is his strength.  He’s got a deadly mid-range game and really knows how to get his shot. by Terry J. Drake of Prep Hoops