Following the 2017 Draft, Jordan was assigned to Short-Season A Lowell with the Boston Red Sox, and underwent shoulder reconstructive surgery to repair a torn labrum and rotator cuff.
Coming off of surgery in 2018, Jordan split time between the Low-A Salem Red Sox and High-A Greenville Drive hitting .248 between the two teams. Jordan returned to the Greenville Drive for the entirety of the 2019 season where he was selected to the All-Star Game in the South Atlantic League. Jordan ranked 4th in the South Atlantic League for stolen bases during the 2019 season with 31. Following the 2019 season,
Jordan was released by the Boston Red Sox during the Covid-19 pandemic. Across 3 seasons in the Minor Leagues he compiled 173 hits, 10 HR, 73 RBI, and 36 stolen bases.