Jawhar Jordan has been a star running back for Louisville the past two seasons. In his first year with Jeff Brohm, Jordan improved a step further to become one of the electric backs in the ACC.

On Wednesday, he confirmed his plans to enter the 2024 NFL Draft. Jordan penned a heartfelt note to the fans and praised Brohm for his quick work in turning the Cardinals around.

“… last but certainly not least, thank you Louisville! I am grateful for Coach Satterfield for giving me the opportunity to finish my collegiate career here at the University of Louisville,” wrote Jordan.

“Thank you, Justin Ruffin and the academic staff. Thank you Coach Brohm for being a true leader to this team and bringing Louisville football back where it belongs…

“With that being said, I am excited to announce that I will be declaring for the 2024 NFL Draft.”

This season, Jordan rushed for 1,128 yards and finished second in the ACC. He also finished third in the conference with 6.2 yards per carry and third with 13 rushing touchdowns.

Jordan finishes his career at Louisville with 2,037 rushing yards, 17 rushing touchdowns and 6 yards per carry. As he departs for the NFL, Brohm and his staff will tackle the task of replacing his production heading into 2024.