Jordan Glover just completed his first year as the Head Varsity coach at Carson High School. Prior to coaching at Carson, he spent three years as a varsity assistant coach at Reno High School and one year as a junior varsity head coach. In the three years at Reno High, Glover was a major contributor to the Huskies run to 3 state tournament appearances and 2 Northern Region championships. Glover got his start in coaching back in 2012 working for Nevada Basketball Academy as a player development coach working with both boys and girls of all ages on their skill development. Since then, Jordan has worked his way up the coaching ranks and has become a very knowledgeable coach and is in high demand. Jordan is a student of the game.

During the offseason, Glover attends Final Four coaching clinics, runs a local summer camp for NBA guard Ramon Sessions, and in the summer of ’17, Glover worked as a camp coach at Michael Jordan’s Flight School. In 2012-13 Glover was the head JV girls coach at Galena High School and also coached for the Nevada Wolverines AAU program in 2014 & 2015.

Jordan comes from a basketball family. His father Jason Glover was an assistant at Nevada for 6 years, coached in the NBA with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and is currently the Associate Head Coach at the University of Southern California. Glover is a 2011 graduate of Reno High School and a 2016 graduate of University of Nevada, Reno earning his bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education. He is currently an Algebra teacher at Carson High School.