Jordan was a part of the Wildcat football program for five years. He played in 13 career games at Weber State, passing for 533 career yards and one touchdown.
2013 (Senior) Played in four of five games for the Wildcats and started two games, before leaving the program...Finished the season 25-54 passing for 209 yards with one touchdown and one interception...Had 118 yards passing and one touchdown in WSU’s season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin.
2012 (Junior) Saw action in four games as the number two quarterback during the season...Finished the season 8-12 passing for 128 yards...Had a season-high 75 yards passing against McNeese State...Was 2-2 for 48 yards against BYU, including a season-high 39-yard completion...Also had four carries for 19 yards...Finished the year with a pass efficiency rating of 156.3.
2011 (Sophomore) Jordan was the number two quarterback for the Wildcats and saw action in five games during the season...Earned his first collegiate start Oct. 29 at Montana...In the game against the Grizzlies he finished the day 18-40 for 196 yards passing...For the year he was 19-43 passing...Finished the season with a pass efficiency of 73.17.
2010 (Freshman) Was third on the depth chart at quarterback behind Cameron Higgins and Mike Hoke...Did not see game action during the season but gained experience during practice.
2009 Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Canyons High School Played under Coach Chris Varner at Canyons High School...Completed 173-280 passes for 2,622 yards and 26 touchdowns his senior season...Had a single-game best of 402 yards and five touchdowns, completing 18-27 passes against Chaminade...Set school record, completing 62 percent of his passes in 2008...Earned First Team Foothill League and Santa Clarita Valley honors.
Personal Full name is Jordan Robert Adamczyk...Last named is pronounced a-DOM-check....Was born Feb. 20, 1991...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State...Enjoys camping and hanging out with friends.