With good size (5'11, 175-lbs), good grades (3.4 GPA) and that good production, he has established himself as a prospect colleges need to know about.
"Right now, I'm hearing from Minnesota, Pittsburgh, and Boston College. I got invited to junior day from [Minnesota] and I expect to get one from Pittsburgh pretty soon. Boston College stopped through a couple weeks ago."
Gordon says he has a good relationship with his home state school and he is hoping the Gophers are the first to say the words he's been waiting to hear.
"I usually talk to my position coach, Coach Jay Sawvel or Coach Glasscock. Their interest is at a high level right now. We'll see what happens at junior day, but I'm hoping for an offer pretty soon now."
"It was a great experience to compete and enjoy just being with the nation's best. I went into the Army Combine off basketball season, as most athletes did, so I didn't train as much as I would have if it weren't for basketball. I feel like I competed with the best, although I could have done better myself. I did just want I had to do to bring in schools I want to know about me and kick it to the next level, which I'll do come spring."
As the recruitment gets kicked into gear, there are a few programs Gordon will look to hear more from.