That kind of efficiency has helped Class A No. 13 Buffalo get off to a 4-1 start with its only blemish coming at Class AA Poca.
"I've been very fortunate to have good quarterbacks since I've been here except for one year," Buffalo coach Mike Sawyer said. "I had [previous school record holder] Nick Harris with the records he broke, he was an awesome quarterback and Levi is just as good or better. He does a lot of things out there and doesn't care whether he does anything, as long as we win that's all he cares about.
"He's a better person than he is a player and that's saying something because he's a heck of a player."
Statistics aside, Jordan has guided the Bison to quick starts before over the past couple of years, including last season when Buffalo started 5-0.
But as the competition strengthened, the Bison faded, losing three of the final five games, falling out of the top eight and into a first-round road playoff game 225 miles away at East Hardy.
The finale was a 48-15 loss at the hands of the Cougars, the Bison's second first-round exit in as many years.
Needless to say, Jordan feels he has some unfinished business to attend to.
"[Hosting a playoff game] would be huge," Jordan said. "And if we just keep going and preparing for the next game, we can do it."
Once again, the Bison's schedule will get much tougher in the second half with a home game against No. 10 Wirt County (4-1) this week and away games at Symmes Valley, Ohio (5-1), and then at No. 4 Wahama (6-0) to finish the season.
But if Jordan and Sawyer were looking for any positive reinforcement, Rogers didn't hesitate to throw in his opinion of the Bison - and in particular, Jordan.
"They're a good football team and Levi in my opinion - and I've seen a lot of them - is the best quarterback in the state," Rogers said. "They've got a lot of speed, a guy that can get them the ball, and they're a good football team."