Clark Atlanta

Jordan joins Darrell Walker at Little Rock

For the first time in over a decade Alfred Jordan won’t be a part of Clark Atlanta hoops.

We don’t know who the next basketball coach at Clark Atlanta will be, but it will not be Alfred Jordan.

Little Rock head men’s basketball coach Darrell Walker announced on Tuesday his former assistant Alfred Jordan will join the Trojan staff.

Alred Jordan

Alfred Jordan (courtesy: Oscar Daniel)

“Alfred helped me build the program at Clark Atlanta and was a great asset to me during my time there,” Walker said. “He has been very loyal to me and is an excellent recruiter. I’m excited to have him help me build our program in Little Rock.”

Jordan was Walker’s right-hand man at Clark Atlanta, handling the recruiting as well as being an assistant coach.

Decade of dedication

The former Panther guard has been the most consistent face of CAU basketball over the last decade. He played there from 2006-2009 before spending the next eight years as an assistant.

Jordan was a part of three SIAC championship teams, including the regular season champions in 2009-10 and the SIAC tournament champions in 2011 and 2017.

 

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