|Title:||Offense Quality Control|
|Alma Mater:||Ohio State, 2007|
Devin Jordan will serve as in offensive quality control role for the Penguins during the 2019 campaign. He will assist coach Travis Tislaretz in working with the tight ends.
Jordan spent last season as the wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator at Malone University. During the 2018 season, the Pioneers had their best offensive season in over 10 years by averaging 31.2 PPG which was fourth in GMAC conference play. In the passing game alone, the offense averaged 240 yards per contest and broke 13 school records. Jordan coached wide receiver Ashton Dulin to All-American honors. Dulin also was invited to the 2019 NFL Scouting combine and eventually signed with the Indianapolis Colts.
Jordan had previously served as the wide receivers coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Walsh University for six seasons, helping the Cavaliers break 28 school records in the passing game. Each season at Walsh, the offensive MVP came from Jordan's wide receivers group. During those six seasons, Jordan coached three All-Americans and five other All-conference players. Two wide receivers, Krishawn Hogan and Joseph Morgan were able to receive invitations to the NFL scouting combine and each earned spots on NFL rosters.
Prior to his time as an assistant at Walsh, Jordan coached at Otterbein for three seasons. During those campaigns, Otterbein had their best three-year run in school history. In 2010, he coached WR Trey Fairchild to All-America honors and the Ed Sherman award which is given to the OAC conference top wide receiver. In 2009, Jordan coached Dominic Jones to All-America honors as a kick returner. Jones continued his playing career in the AFL for the Cleveland Gladiators.
In 2008 Jordan coached for NCAA Division 3 traditional-powerhouse Wittenberg University. During that season, two of Jordan's receivers earned all-conference recognition.
As a student assistant coach at Ohio State, Jordan was a part of three Big Ten Championship teams and worked with several receivers that went on to careers in the National Football League, including Brian Hartline, Brian Robiskie, Ted Ginn Jr., Anthony Gonzalez and Roy Hall Jr.
Jordan still holds nearly every major receiving record at the storied Massillon Washington High School and was inducted into the Stark County High School Football Hall of Fame in 2017.In 2016, he founded Beyond The Game, a non-profit organization that emphasizes the importance of education to young athletes.