2015 -- Selected to coaches preseason All-SoCon team...elected by teammates to serve as team captain. 2014 — Consensus second team All-Southern Conference selection in balloting by head coaches and media...led Furman and ranked fifth in the SoCon in receiving (50 rec., 727 tds., 5 TDs)...ranked third in the league in receiving yards/game (60.6)...recorded starts and catches in all 12 games...caught eight passes for 51 yards and a touchdown against Gardner-Webb (13-3 win) in the season opener...had five catches for 111 yards, including a 35-yard grab in Furman’s 25-20, SoCon season opening win over Mercer...tallied three receptions for 112 yards and score versus Western Carolina...tied a career best with eight receptions for 102 yards and a score at The Citadel...followed that the next week with four catches for a career high 118 yards and another career long 61-yard scoring grab versus Wofford (31-14 win)...finished his season with six receptions for 80 yards against Chattanooga...ended the season with 99 career receptions, which ranks 13th on Furman’s career ledger, and with 1,239 receiving yards, which ranks 18th all-time in program history. 2013 — Overcame a slow early season start to catch 30 passes for 302 yards and a touchdown...finished third on the squad in receptions, trailing only Andrej Suttles (50 rec.) and Ryan Culbreath (39 rec.)...saw action in 12 of 14 games and earned two starts at split end versus Samford (35-17 win) and Western Carolina (32-20 win)...played a key role in Furman posting an 8-6 record, Southern Conference championship, and NCAA FCS playoff appearance...team finished ranked 21st in final FCS Coaches Poll...sat out two of the first three contests due to injury...didn’t catch his first pass until the fifth game (Elon)...proceeded to register receptions in each of the last 10 games, including career high eight catches for 76 yards versus North Dakota State in FCS quarterfinal playoff action...had six catches for 44 yards against Western Carolina...touchdown catch covered 46 yards versus Samford...had two receptions for 46 yards in Furman’s 27-14, Southern Conference title clinching win over Wofford. 2012 — Put together an impressive first season of action, earning playing time in all 11 games and totaling 19 receptions for 210 yards and three touchdowns...worked primarily as a backup to starting split end Ryan Culbreath...recorded catches in nine of 11 games, including season high five grabs for 55 yards versus Georgia Southern...hauled in a 21-yard touchdown catch in fourth quarter against Coastal Carolina...came back the next week to collect a 37-yard scoring reception versus Clemson...final touchdown reception came against Appalachian State... selected by coaches to the SoCon All-Freshman Team. 2011 — Member of scout team.
High School: 2011 graduate of Marist (4A) High School, which also produced Paladin wide receiver Kevin Allman and linebacker Preston Furry ...football coach was Alan Chadwick...played wide receiver and cornerback...helped Marist post a 31-7 record during his career...garnered all-county honors in 2010 after catching 24 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns....also rushed 12 times for 146 yards...starred in both basketball and track...member of Marist’s 2009 Elite 8 state playoff squad.
Personal: Full name is Jordan David Snellings...born March 22, 1993, in Decatur, Georgia...parents are Channie and David Snellings...has a brother, Terrance...business administration major.