Pierre Jordan Transfers From FSU Basketball To Georgia Tech, According To Report

Brian Gregory adds another player to his roster for the 2011-12 season as former Florida State guard Pierre Jordan announces his intentions to transfer to Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech adds another player to the roster as former Dunwoody High alum Pierre Jordan has announced that he will transfer from Florida State to Georgia Tech. Because Jordan has already graduated from FSU, he will be immediately eligible to play at Georgia Tech according to a report by the AJC.

Fla. State guard and Dunwoody High grad Pierre Jordan to transfer to #gatech. with FSU diploma, will be eligible immediately.

Jordan played sparingly for the Seminoles in his three-year career in Tallahassee. Last season Jordan appeared in 16 games logging 81 minutes total. The stats don't really tell the story in this one however, with Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory needing bodies to round out his roster and adding any player from a solid basketball program for this season is a much needed shot in the arm. 

Pierre Jordan is a six foot guard that will add depth to a Yellow Jackets backcourt that is lacking in experience after the departure of Iman Shumpert and Mo Miller from last season's team. 

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