Jordan Hall was a valuable all-purpose performer for the Buckeyes, playing in 45 games and starting 10 times ... he finished his career 12th all-time at Ohio State with 3,486 all-purpose yards and with Top 5 career totals in kickoff returns (4th; 49), kickoff return yards (3rd; 1,308) and kickoff return average (5th; 26.7) ... owns two Ohio State kickoff return records: 683 yards for a season (2011) and a game average of 67.5 yards per return vs. Colorado, also in 2011 ... all-purpose total includes 1,568 rushing yards ... scored 19 touchdowns (14 rushing; four receiving and one kickoff return) ... averaged 90.5 rushing yards per game in his 10 career starts and scored 10 rushing TDs ... majoring in consumer and family financial services.
Jordan returned to action in 2013 after medically red-shirting the 2012 season because of an injured foot and then an injured knee, injuries that kept him sidelined him for all but three games in 2012 ... played in 13 games in 2013 and ranked third on the team in rushing with 536 yards and eight touchdowns ... had a career-long 49-yard touchdown run vs. Buffalo ... set career-best with 159 rushing yards vs. Buffalo and broke it two weeks later with 168 rushing yards vs. California ... scored three touchdowns vs. Cal; two on 1-yard rushes and another on a 2-yard run ... also had a career-high five receptions vs. the Golden Bears ... he was selected as a senior captain in 2012 before ending up taking a red-shirt year because of his injuries ... was impressive in his brief time in 2012, gaining 218 rushing yards including 87 vs. California and a then-career-high 105 vs. Alabama- Birmingham.
Started three times in 2011 and had 87 rushing yards in his start vs. Miami and 84 yards in a start vs. Colorado ... averaged 127.5 all-purpose yards per game in to rank 18th on the all-time Ohio State charts.
Played in all 13 games ... he tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to his high school teammate Terrelle Pryor in the Eastern Michigan game, and he also caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Joe Bauserman that game ... had a career-long 70-yard punt return vs. Minnesota and an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the win over Michigan.
Played in six games as a true freshman in 2009.