As a rookie in 2017, Osman was first used at OLB, but his height and range soon saw him move to Defensive End where he found a home. Jordan came to the Seahawks with a strong basketball background, and his hoops skills helped with the transition from the hard court to the gridiron. Osman started every game at DE for the Seahawks in 2017, and finished the year with an interception in the Southern Trophy game against Hertfordshire.
In the winter of 2017, Osman played his first season of UniBall for the Bournemouth Bobcats, switching to offense to play Tight End. A broken wrist cut his BUCS season short, and also delayed his return to action for the Seahawks in 2018. Jordan made his 2018 debut in the loss to the Cheetahs and played through the remainder of the year.
In the autumn of 2018, Jordan will return for his second season with the Uni Bobcats. He’ll arrive in Dorset with his second Southern Trophy win and second gold BAFA medal - Jordan may have only been a Seahawk for two seasons, but hopefully he’ll take away what he has learnt here and apply it to his Bobcat career.