Jordans will get plenty of time to prove his worth in 2016.
The Broncos are hoping to make him a top 10 pick in the upcoming NFL draft.
The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder has emerged as a star at Oklahoma and the NFL Scouting Combine, and his stock rose with a strong performance at the Senior Bowl.
The team has been impressed by his ability to be able to read the field and react to pressure, which is key for a guard.
His athleticism and athleticism translate well to the NFL and he can do a lot of damage on the interior.
While he doesn’t have the speed or quickness to be a full-time starter, he will need to add some muscle and strength to be the kind of playmaker the Broncos expect to find in the draft.
Jordans was a standout in his sophomore season at Oklahoma, recording 14.5 sacks, nine forced fumbles and 13 quarterback hurries.
His senior season also featured 12.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbling and three interceptions.