"She would constantly try to throw [Coach Jeter] off and create distractions," said another source who worked in the athletic department and no longer is at UWM. "All the time. It was bad. I felt bad for him all the time. I told him, 'You're a bigger man than I am.' It was brutal. Sabotage was in the cards." -- From the JS story, March 17, 2016
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UWM also has two incoming signees — Arrowhead forward Bryce Nze and forward Max Curran, a New Hampshire native who played at Notre Dame Prep in Massachusetts — and Jordan has been in communication with both.
"I've had an opportunity to speak with them," he said. "Growing the relationships, but they seem to be on board from the conversations we've had to this point. We're still communicating consistently, just to get to know each other better."