Defensive end Drew Jordan, a three-year starter for the Duke Blue Devils, has officially committed to the Michigan State Spartans as a transfer. Jordan hails from Georgia originally, and had multiple offers as a four-star recruit from Power Five schools, including Michigan State.
God has shown me favor and I will always trust in Him.I am blessed with the opportunity that lies ahead. With much gratitude, excitement, and humbleness I am proud to say I have Committed to MICHIGAN STATE to be a SPARTANDAWG! Go Green! #MSU #SpartanDawg #GoGreen #Relentless pic.twitter.com/J0eMiPFLYr— Drew Jordan (@End2Endzone) December 24, 2020
Jordan chose Duke and has played there the previous four years. He has played in all but one game for the Blue Devils over the last four seasons and started almost all games at Duke over the last three seasons.
Over his career in Durham, the 6-foot-3, 270 pound defensive end wracked up 102 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, and 10 sacks. This past season, he finished with 35 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, and three fumble recoveries in 11 games.
Jordan announced his commitment to MSU on Twitter Christmas Eve. He wrote in his announcement:
With much gratitude, excitement, and humbleness I am proud to say I have committed to MICHIGAN STATE to be a SPARTANDAWG! Go Green!