2015: Played in nine games, making seven starts…recorded eight receptions for 49 yards…tallied two receptions three times, at Miami (OH), at Western Carolina and at Coastal Carolina…recorded season-high 25 receiving yards at Coastal Carolina with a season-long 24-yard reception
2014: Played in all 11 games, starting nine … Tied a career-high of 56 receiving yards on six receptions against Coastal Carolina, catching a touchdown pass against the Chanticleers as well … Rushed for a touchdown against Liberty… Returned a punt for six yards in PC’s road win against Charleston Southern… Ended the season with a total of 24 catches, 238 receiving yards and 31 rushing yards…
2013: Saw time in 10 games, started against VMI ... Recorded his first rush attempt against Charlotte, taking the ball a career-high two yards ... Posted a career-best two receptions for 12 yards against VMI ...
2012: Saw action against Brevard but did not record any stats ... Recorded his first career catch at Vanderbilt, it was a then career-long 21-yard catch in the second quarter to give PC a first down ... Had one catch for four yards against Liberty ... Recorded a 56-yard catch against Coastal Carolina, which resulted in his first career touchdown and was the longest pass play of the season for the Blue Hose ...
High School: Hallums played football as well as basketball and ran track at Mauldin High School ... He broke the schools receptions record and was named to the All-County and All-Region teams his last two years ... He was on the North-South All-Star team as a senior and lettered in football, basketball and track ... As a junior he posted 38 catches for 714 yards and four touchdowns ... His senior year saw him make 61 catches for 876 yards and three scores.
Personal: Jordan Khalil Hallums was born August 15, 1994 in Greenville, S.C., and is the son of Tanya Hallums ... His cousin Shammond Williams played basketball at North Carolina and in the NBA with the Lakers and Supersonics ... Majoring in Business Administration.