Jordan Adams joined the University of Minnesota staff as Assistant Director of Video Services in the summer prior to the 2011 season.
Adams, who manages a staff of eight student employees, shoots and edits coaching video of every Minnesota practice and game and also prepares opponent video for coaches and student-athletes. In addition, he maintains a comprehensive network of computers that allows coaches and student-athletes to watch video, both on-site and away from the facility, on their laptops or mobile devices.
Adams came to the University of Minnesota from Penn State, where he was the Video Assistant in Charge of Special Teams from January 2010 through April of 2011. He was a Senior Video Manager and a Student Video Manager for the Nittany Lion football program prior to that. He also served as a student video manager for Penn State's men's basketball program.
Adams also has experience as a cameraman/production assistant for Fuel TV. He worked as a production intern for NFL Films in the summer of 2009, as well.
Adams earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunications from Penn State in May 2011.
Adams and his wife, Blair, reside in Minneapolis.
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