Ohio State Overview: Michael Jordan is a true sophomore who started all 13 games for the Buckeyes at right guard as a true freshman in 2016 ... he was an early enrollee into classes at Ohio State in January 2016 and worked his way into the starting lineup -- and stayed -- midway through 2016 spring drills ... he is exploring majors.
Notable: Jordan was the first true freshman to start along the Ohio State offensive line in 23 years, or since Orlando Pace did so in 1994.
Honors & Awards:
2016: Freshman All-American (Football Writers Association of America)
2016 Season (Freshman): Jordan started every game for the Buckeyes and was one of three new starters along the offensive line ... he helped the unit rank 11th nationally, and first in the Big Ten, in rushing with 245.2 yards per game ... the line was one of three units nationally selected as a finalist for the Joe Moore Offensive Line of the Year Award.
Overview: Michael Jordan was an Associated Press Division 1-2 Michigan all-state pick, a first-team Detroit Free Press all-state selection and a member of the Free Press "dream team" offense after a senior campaign in which he averaged six pancake blocks per game -- according to published reports -- and did not allow a sack ... playing for coach Mike Sawchuck, Jordan was a consensus 4-star prospect (Rivals, 247Sports, Scout and ESPN) with Top 10 offensive tackle rankings nationally by Rivals (No. 7) and Scout (No. 10) ... he was named to the All-USA Today second-team offense ... he also wrestled and competed in track and field ... is the son of Jacquie and K. Michael Jordan.
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