Jordan Keur was born & raised in Hudsonville, MI and is a graduate of Michigan State. Keur was named a Big Ten Player to Watch in 2013 & finished his senior year with a .337 batting average, seven doubles and 20 RBI. In 2012, he started all 60 games & led the team with a.353 batting average, which ranked eighth in the Big Ten. He ranked among the leaders in hits (second with 89), on base percentage (.432) and runs (47). The Academic All-Big Ten selection ranked first on the team with 31 multi-hit games and his 89 hits ranked fourth most in a MSU single-season. By the end of his collegiate career, the three-year letterwinner played in 149 games, owned a .311 career batting average with 24 doubles, three homeruns, & 58 RBIs while maintaining a .383 career on-base percentage.