Union quarterback Caleb ‘CJ’ Jordan announced his commitment to play football at the University of Idaho on Wednesday.
The news, which Jordan, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound dual-threat signal-caller, posted to Twitter, comes before Union’s Week 10 regional playoff game at Mount Rainier on Saturday.
“It all started in the 4th grade with the vision board I created,” Jordan said.
A three-star recruit, according to 247 Sports, Jordan also had offers from San Jose State, Nevada, Harvard, Eastern Washington, Texas State and Louisville, among others.
Jordan played his first two seasons at Jefferson (Ore.), transferred to Clackamas (Ore.) as a junior then Union for his senior season.
Jordan threw for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns and rushed for 319 yards and four touchdowns on the ground, per The Columbian. He had bright moments during a senior season that was cut short by a partially torn meniscus suffered in a Week 8 win over Battle Ground. Perhaps his shining moment came in a furious late comeback effort at Puyallup.
Here are some highlights of Jordan from the 2019 season, plus Scorebook Live photos of Jordan’s senior season: