One of the talented 2023 guards from UTS Elite that has continued to attract plenty of college interest for himself is Jordan Briggs. Briggs is a 6’1” point guard at Muskegon High School in Michigan that has interest and offers from both division one and two programs.

Ferris State became his first offer back in April of this year and his recruitment has only continued to develop ever since. Also having offered Briggs since then is Bethune-Cookman, Central Connecticut State, and Saginaw Valley State. A few of the other programs to have shown interest include Alabama A&M, Grand Valley State, Lake Superior State, Oakland, Toledo, Western Michigan, Youngstown State, and others. 

Most recently this past Saturday, Briggs took a visit to nearby Grand Valley State. “My visit at Grand Valley State went good, I really enjoyed myself,” he said about the trip. He has also taken campus visits to Ferris State and Saginaw Valley State. "I really like both of the campuses," Briggs said about those two visits.

Throughout the spring and summer Briggs proved to be one of the more talented players at the 16U level of the NY2LA Association earning himself honorable mention honors. The junior is a dynamic playmaking point guard that is incredibly tough to defend off the dribble with his quickness and handle. He has a tremendous ability to get into the paint and finish or create for others. He is a good decision maker that knows where to go with the ball. 

When talking about his experiences playing with UTS Elite, Briggs said “my team is great. Traveling all over and seeing new places, playing against some of the top talent in my class, and working on my craft was the best part. A few of guys from my high school team also play with me on UTS Elite, so that’s even better.”