Jordan Rodgers has been primarily known for being the younger brother of Aaron Rodgers. Aaron really doesn't need an introduction as he is a winning NFL Super Bowl quarterback and a League MVP.
Jordan Rodgers is the starting quarterback for the Vanderbilt Commodores. He is a fifth year senior as he has followed a similar path as Aaron by playing quarterback at Butte JC, where Jordan helped Butte win the 2008 junior college national title.
Aaron transferred to the University of California, Berkeley, after one season at Butte, where he played two seasons before being selected the 24th overall pick in the first round of the 2005 NFL draft.
Jordan played two years at Butte before transferring to Vanderbilt. After red-shirting his first year at Vanderbilt due to a shoulder injury, Jordan took over as Vanderbilt's starting quarterback during the sixth game of the 2011 season against Georgia. Jordan finished the 2011 campaign by passing for 1524 yards and rushing for 420 yards.
Jordan started out the season fairly slow but now has Vanderbilt on a six game winning streak. Over his last five games, Jordan has thrown for 10 TD's. The duo of Jordan throwing to another Jordan, Vanderbilt Wide Receiver, Jordan Matthews, has been fun to watch.
This season, Jordan has led Vanderbilt to an 8-4 regular season record and now back to back bowl games, passing for 2,431 yards, 13 TDs, with only 5 INTs.
While CBS Sports has Jordan ranked at 16 on the quarterback 2013 NFL prospect list, Jordan has clearly elevated his game to move up several spots in the 2013 NFL draft. He will continue to improve his draft stock through the upcoming bowl game, his continued hard work in off-season workouts, and unselfish attitude he has amongst his coaches and teammates. Jordan has separated himself from the tag as Aaron Rodgers younger brother. He is his own quarterback.
Check out Jordan and Aaron Rodgers having a little fun working out together.