Career Highlights
Jordan is a athletic, strong versatile guard who is a pure PG. He is a PG who can thrive either in the half-court game or up-tempo type of game. Jordan is at his best when he has the ball in his hands and uses his quickness and athleticism to score at the rim. He makes very high-level passes in transition and has a very smooth jump shot. Jordan has NBA 3-point range. He has a high basketball IQ and he competes at both ends. Jordan also has a great mid-range game. Strawberry is a true floor general who can be a team’s lead guard, but he can also be the main scorer of any team when called upon. Due to his strength and athleticism Jordan can score on almost any opposing guard. On the defensive end Jordan can guard either a PG or a SG and is a lock down defender.

In his senior season Jordan led his team in assists with 5apg. He also was second in points with 12ppg. Jordan helped lead his team to the CBI Championship Quarterfinals and was also named to the All-SoCon 3rd Team. In his junior season Jordan appeared in 31 games for the Bears, shot 45% from the field and averaged 12.2ppg. He also led the team in three-point percentage, shooting 44% behind the arc. Jordan led the team in total assists, dishing out 132 throughout the year for an average of 4.3apg.

Jordan earned four varsity letters at Mater Dei High School. Helped lead the Monarchs to three State Championships. He was also named an All-State, All-CIF and first team All-League selection both as a junior and senior.

Jordan was born on March 17, 1994 in Los Angeles, CA. His parents are Darryl Strawberry and Charisse Strawberry-Fuller. His father Darryl is a Hall of Fame baseball player and his brother DJ Strawberry has played both in the NBA and overseas. Jordan received his Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice. His favorite basketball player is Kyrie Irving.

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