Akeem Jordan is a right-arm fast bowler who hails from the West Indies which has produced some of the deadliest bowlers in the history of cricket. Akeem has the ability to move the ball both ways which makes him an asset with the new ball and in favorable conditions. He made his List A debut for Combined Campuses and Colleges in the 2018–19 Regional Super50. He registered a five-wicket haul in the semi-final against Trinidad and Tobago to help his team reach the final which they went on to win as well.
He rose to prominence with an extraordinary spell of bowling in the Super50 where he picked up five wickets for just four runs including a triple wicket maiden against Trinidad and Tobago. His domestic performances earned him a place in the St. Kitts and Nevis team for the 2019 Caribbean T20 League and he made his T20 debut against the St. Lucia franchise where he picked up a four-wicket haul to claim the Player of the Match award. He was also the leading wicket-taker for Combined Campuses and Colleges with 16 dismissals in eight matches in the 2019–20 season.
His first-class debut came for Barbados midway through 2022 in the West Indies 4-Day Championship but was on the losing side despite being the pick of the bowlers with 7 wickets in the game. He was called up by the national team in 2023 for the series against South Africa but did not play. However, he got his opportunity to make an international bow when he made his ODI debut against UAE. He has been considered in the bigger scheme of things and it may not be long before he makes his Test debut. He may have arrived on the international stage a bit late but still has a lot to offer to the Windies side.