Jordan is a hard hitting middle order batsman and medium paced bowler. He made his debut with Lancashire in List A cricket in 2010 and T20 cricket in 2011. Jordan had to wait until 2015 to be handed his First Class debut with Lancashire. In April 2013, he became the first English professional cricketer to hit six sixes in an over in a match of some repute when he did it during a Second XI Roses clash against Yorkshire at Scarborough. Arguably his best game for Lancashire came in the 2014 Blast semi final when he took 4/22. In the 2018 Roses match against Yorkshire Jordan took a hattrick that involved removing two International captains (Joe Root & Kane Williamson) and England Test player Johnny Bairstow. Ahead of the 2019 season Jordan moved to Surrey to play his cricket, playing a key role in them winning the 2022 County Championship.
Aside from cricket, Jordan is interested in invesment and his main passions lie in property and health & fitness. He hosts an Airbnb in London and is currently studying a level 3 personal training course with the intention to go into health and lifestyle after cricket.
Off the field Jordan enjoys exercising and spending quality time with his family who live in Cumbria.