Jordan Zirm

Jordan Zirm

Jordan Zirm is an Associate Content Director for STACK. After earning his BS in Journalism from the University of Missouri, he spent time writing for "Cleveland Scene Magazine" and Complex Media before joining STACK.

Follow at:

Back to Experts List

Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes Plans to Make an Impact On and Off the Court in the NBA

It's a light day for Nigel Hayes. With his Sideshow Bob-esque hair pulled back into a pseudo ponytail that bobbs atop his head and his gray t-shirt wi...

The Phoenix Suns Are Running the Hell Out of NBA Prospects During Pre-Draft Workouts

For an NBA prospect, the gauntlet of the pre-draft process can be exhausting. Sometimes you fly to several cities in one day to work out for various ...

UCLA QB Josh Rosen Shares the Surprising Secret Behind His Stellar Footwork

Before he was dropping dimes all over the field at UCLA and installing a hot tub in his dorm room, Josh Rosen was a tennis prodigy. The SoCal native w...

6-foot-11 Nikola Jokic Is Out Here Flipping Massive Truck Tires

Nikola Jokic has done a lot to transform his body since he arrived in Denver weighing almost 300 pounds in 2014. He stopped guzzling a river's-worth o...

Elite 11 Finalists Rise to the Top of the Nation's Premier QB Competition

After a three-day competition over the weekend that pitted the 25 best high school quarterbacks in the country against each other in a series of drill...

The University of Michigan is Building a Hydraulic Track That Can Add Hills and Banking With the Push of a Button

Michigan's football team continues to climb back into the national spotlight under head coach Jim Harbaugh, thus earning most of the headlines coming ...

Kyrie Irving Lands on the Cover of 'NBA 2K18'

As Kyrie Irving gets ready to return to the same floor where he gave the Cleveland Cavaliers their first championship in franchise history he received...

Why Heisman Trophy Winner Lamar Jackson Almost Quit Football as a Freshman

Imagine Lamar Jackson, quarterback, never existed at all. Louisville would still be among the schools never to have produced a Heisman trophy winner. ...

Lakers Forward Julius Randle's 3-Week Body Transformation Is Insane

When Julius Randle left Kentucky for the NBA Draft in 2014, he was considered a bit of a tweener. Standing 6-foot-9 with a shaky jump shot, he posed ...

Watch This 170-Pound High School Wide Receiver Squat 530 Pounds

As the No. 1-rated wide receiver in the state of Kentucky, Trinity High School's Rondale Moore already had a lot of hype around him heading into his ...

...
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
...