“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 comes with Walker from Clark Atlanta where he has spent the past eight seasons as an assistant coach, the last two of which were on the same sideline as Walker. During the past two years, Jordan served as the recruiting coordinator and helped guide the Panthers to a 45-18 overall record and back-to-back NCAA Division II tournament appearances.
During his eight seasons as an assistant at Clark Atlanta, Jordan has been a part of three Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship teams, including the regular season champions in 2009-10 and the SIAC tournament champions in 2011 and 2017.
A native of Harlem, New York, Jordan attended Cardinal Hayes High School before playing collegiately for the Panthers from 2006-09. He is a 2009 graduate of Clark Atlanta with a degree in business administration, concentrating on marketing.