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Jordan London

Baton Rouge, LA - 2016

SchoolWoodlawn PositionPoint Guard Height6’2” Weight160 lbs. AAU TeamFaith Lions HometownBaton Rouge, LA Class2016
Player Profile Report
Scouting Report


Making Correct Passes
Mid-Range Shooting
Scoring With Either Hand
Slashing Ability
Size For Position


3pt Shooting
Changing Pace
On-Ball Defense
Upper Body Strength

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Future150 Houston Camp (August 16th-17th, 2014): Using his size and strength, the 6-foot-2 Baton Rouge native had a very good weekend when attacking the rim. While his shot is streaky right now, once he develops consistency from the perimeter, he will be very hard to stop.

    Primetime Nationals (July 24th-27th, 2014): The Future150 alum showcased his good vision and passing ability during his game on Friday afternoon. While he didn’t look to put up a ton of points, he showed that he is also capable of getting to the rim and finishing through contact. With his size he will be a point guard at the next level and with the amount he has improved it looks like he will be a pretty good one.

    Future150 Birmingham Main Event (May 2nd-4th,2014): A smooth guard at 6-foot-2, the Woodlawn (LA) prospect has great feel on the floor. He can create for himself and showed off a mid-range game for his team. When he isn't scoring the ball, he showed that he can create for others as well.

College Projection:

  • Division II

Complete Rankings:

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Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Average
  • Dribbling: Average
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Average
  • Intangibles: Average
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Latest News on Jordan London
2014 Future150 Houston Camp Top 60 All-Star Selections.Future150 Houston Camp: Top 60 All-Star Standouts

8/20/2014 by Eric Hampford – The 2014 Future150 Houston Camp again proved to bring in a supremely talented group of prospects from all over the region, with several prospects shining.

2016 center Adonis Fox was a big defensive presence.PrimeTime Nationals 16U: 2016 Rim Protector Surges

7/25/2014 by Brian Flinn – On Day two of 16U action, a number of players stepped up when their teams needed them the most and made themselves known to the Future150 staff.

The 2015 Birmingham Bandits took home the Bronze title.Birmingham Main Event: 17U Bronze Standouts

5/07/2014 by Eric Hampford – The 2014 Birmingham Main Event Tournament wrapped up action on Sunday afternoon, where we found several standouts in the 17U Bronze Division over the weekend...