Devin Jordan

Devin Jordan - Football - Ohio State Buckeyes

position Program Assistant - Offense

Devin Jordan, a Buckeye letterwinner from 2003-05, returned to Ohio State in 2022 and will serve as a program assistant for offense. Jordan comes to Columbus after serving for two seasons as an offensive quality control coach at the University of Akron.

A native of Massillon, Ohio, Jordan played three seasons under head coach Jim Tressel before injuries ended his career. From there, he embarked on his coaching journey that started as a student assistant with Ohio State. From there, he became the wide receivers coach at Wittenberg. He then coached the same position at Otterbein for the next three seasons.

Jordan’s next stop was at Walsh, where he spent six seasons from 2012-17 as the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator. He then went on to coach wide receivers coach and serve as the passing game coordinator at Malone for one season before joining the Youngstown State staff as an offensive quality control coach.

After two years with the Penguins, Jordan moved on to the same position at Akron in 2020.

During his 14 seasons in the coaching ranks, Jordan has coached seven All-Americans, including Akron wide receiver Konata Mumpfield in 2021. He’s also mentored three players who have gone on to play in the NFL, including Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Ashton Dulin, who was named second-team All-Pro in 2021.

Jordan earned his degree in human ecology/family resource management in 2008 from Ohio State.