Jarrett Jordan

Roseville, California, United States


Jarrett Jordan recently completed his 14th season as a coach and 10th as a full-time coach. Over that period, he has coached every offensive position.

In 2009, Jordan returned to his high school alma mater, West Side Leadership Academy, to coach the running back position. In 2010, Coach Jordan served as offensive coordinator for West Side Leadership Academy where he engineered the offense to over 4,000 yards of total offense leading the Cougars to their first sectional championship appearance in school history. That season, Jordan mentored Barry McCarter, who earned first-team All-State wide receiver Honors with 73 receptions for 1081 yards.

From 2011-14, Jordan served as wide receiver coach at Merrillville High School. In 2012, Coach Jordan had the role of passing game coordinator. That year lead the Pirates set single-season program records in passing with 3,154 yards (Jacob Raspopovich) and receiving yards with 1,293(Aaron Dye) and 951 (Brian Jenkins).  While under Jordan’s tutelage, Aaron Dye earned All-State wide receiver honors.

In 2016, Jordan served as wide receiver coach at Andrean High School where he mentored Emilio Starks, Deonte Kelly, and Eric Mularski to productive seasons.

During the summer of 2017, Jordan spent time with USA Football National Team Development Games as equipment manager. Jordan worked closely with Senior Coordinator, Gabriella Razzetti to ensure a seamless and successful football camp experience for the players.

Also, in 2017, Jordan served his first year at Sierra College as the assistant quarterback coach followed by duties as running backs coach in 2018.  That year, Jordan helped Sierra College ground attack to average 169 rushing yards per game. One of the players under his guidance was Ryan Graham. That season, Graham accounting for 2059 total yards and 22 touchdowns on his way to earning JUCO All-American honors. Graham also gained MVP honors in the NorCal Grizzly Bowl, rushing for 195.

Jordan is currently in his third season at Sierra College and continues to coach the running backs.

A native of Gary, Indiana, Jordan graduated from West Side Leadership Academy in 1994. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University Northwest in Financial Information Systems in 2014.

Jordan has two girls, J’Lynne (22), and Ava (11) and two boys, Jarrett Jr. (9) and Nicholas (7).

Jordan and his wife, Tamica are currently in their 10th year of marriage.