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Tylis Jordan Rising

We’ve watched 2025 6’9″ F Tylis Jordan multiple times this season and one thing is starting to emerge, the consistency in his game is catching up to the talent that is clear when watching him play. His ability to make plays from the perimeter, whether shooting the catch and shoot three, step back threes, attacking close-outs, leading the transition or play in PNR’s is what excites coaches. At the Battle in the Peach, he displayed all those attributes, leading the Generals to a tough win.

What excites me with Jordan is you notice a change in his engagement throughout the game and most importantly to his game, his added strength. “I’ve gained 15-20 pounds of muscle since the end of last season”, he responded when asked about the difference in his game. When watching his last season his lack of strength was apparent in trying to hold post position or finishing plays through contact. Jordan is able to utilize his increased strength to hold the post and utilize his turn around jumper that is becoming his go to post move. Not known as a back to the basket player, its an added tool to his bag,

Shiloh high school has been in the conversation as a potential state champion over the last few years and this year brings a similar conversation. Jordan isn’t shying away from the expectations, “my goal is for us to win a state championship, we have the pieces”. Shiloh has pieces around Jordan, guys that can make shots and Julien Cole who is an attacking senior wing that is drawing D1 attention. In order for the GEnerals to reach that goal, Jordan has to be engaged and showing leadership as the team’s top pros[pect. “I want to be more of a leader and improve on helping my teammates be better”, when asked about what it would take to secure a championship.

College programs are taking considerable notice as he holds offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, Illinois, Auburn, LSU, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Illinois and SMU. He’s been on an un-official visit to Ole Miss where he had a very good experience, “it was a really good visit. a nice atmosphere, die hard fans, and i got to meet all coaches and different people on the training staff as well”. He doesn’t have anything planned at the moment but is looking to make some additional visits in the spring. 

The self subscribed Marvel comic nerd can be found playing with Game Elite during the spring and summer, for those wanting to know where to find tis emerging top50 prospect after the high school season.

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