Jordan said he was cleared in early July. He went through daily rehabilitation for a little more than an hour with Jay Shoop, Tech’s sports medicine director. He said the foot felt “pretty normal.”
The quarterback is Jordan’s to lose as the preseason begins. He’ll be competing with TaQuon Marshall, Jay Jones and Lucas Johnson. Jordan, a junior, backed up three-year starter Justin Thomas for the past two seasons.
“I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time,” Jordan said. “It’s just something you want to cherish, I guess you could say.”