A former student of St Francis Xavier University in Canada, he successfully transferred his talents to the BBL with two years competing for the Rocks. Clarke averaged 5.2 ppg in his time with the Rocks before suffering an injury early in the 2016/17 season.
During his first season with the Rocks (2015/16), Jordan was part of the Rocks team that reached the Play-Off Semi Finals before narrowly losing to eventual champions Sheffield Sharks. He will be reuniting with former teammates William Hall and Warren Gillis who also made their return earlier this month.
Following a successful recovery, Jordan has been competing in the Norwegian BLNO league which finished up a couple of weeks ago. Across 15 games, he averaged 7.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game.
Although only on a temporary basis, the Rocks fully expect Jordan to return and help the team greatly during the period of time without the majority of the core roster, who will be competing in Australia at the Commonwealth Games.