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Byline: Alan Dell CORRESPONDENT
Rich Jordan's jump shots scorched the nets more than 31/2 decades ago, yet the accolades continue to roll in for the Sarasota resident.
Jordan was recently selected for induction into the National High School Hall of Fame. He became the first athlete from his home state of Michigan to gain entrance.
The High School Hall currently includes just 93 persons inducted as "athletes" for their achievements on the playing field.
"When I look through the membership, I'm embarrassed," Jordan said. "It doesn't get any bigger than the people in it. I just feel blessed to get this kind of recognition."
Among those Jordan will join are hoop legends Jerry West, Oscar Robertson, Bill Walton, Larry Bird, Bill Bradley and John Wooden.
Those from other sports in the Hall include Jesse Owens, Bart …