Jordan quarterbacked the Rams to a Cullen Cup Championship win and Canadian Bowl CJFL National Championship Game appearance in 2014.
McCarty started playing quarterback as a five year old flagger for North Delta Minor and moved up through the levels until moving on to play at St. Thomas More Collegiate in Grade 8, where he helped the Knights win the Grade 8 Provincial Championship. The dual Citizen transferred to Blaine High School in Washington State in Grade nine and was a standout player for the Borderites right through to Varsity.
Following Graduation Jordan played a year of Midget for North Delta and then was recruited to play and study at Reedley College in California, he spent two seasons with the Tigers (11,12) and then returned to play the 2013 season for his dad Orlando “Mack” McCarty’s Juvenile Tier 2 team in North Delta.
Following his only season of eligibility with the Rams Jordan went on to play for the Delaware Legacy of the World Developmental Football League.
Jordan has coaching in his blood and was actively involved in offensive schemes and quarterback coaching even as a player, he has been the quarterbacks coach and passing coordinator at Blaine High as well as at the Midget level for the past three seasons.
In 2016 Jordan coached at various National Football Academy development camps in Washington State, including the Northwest 9, a televised quarterbacking event that featured the top young quarterbacks in the state.
Jordan’s brother Calvin McCarty is an 11 year CFL veteran with the Edmonton Eskimos.