It is also no surprise that Jordan has found a mentor in All-Pro pass rusher Cameron Wak
e. In a report for NFL Network, HOF Defensive Tackle Warren Sapp
spoke with Wake on his way into Miamiís camp. Wake claimed that Jordan was ďunderneath his wingĒ and that Wake would help Jordan ďstep by stepĒ of the way. When asked about Jordanís role in Kevin Coyleís
defense, Sapp claimed that word around Miamiís camp is that Jordan will be used more on 2nd and 3rd down. Again, nothing shocking there.
It is no surprise that Wake is helping Jordan. It makes sense. While Jordan already possesses the ability to get to the quarterback, I would like to see him increase his run-stopping skills. His athleticism in the open field give him freakish potential, and he has one of the greatest defensive ends in the league to learn from. I think we can expect big things from Dion Jordan in the future.