Marcus Jordan may never live up to his father's legacy—which really is near impossible to do—but there's no reason to think that he can't someday join the pro ranks.
He has made great strides since his freshman year at UCF and he has the potential to be an impact player at the next level.
The problem right now is that he is a combo guard with more of a scorer's mentality. He lacks the size and height to play the two, which is what he plays right now and what his style of play dictates that he be. At 19 years of age, there's an outside chance that he grows a little taller, which would help his prospects tremendously.
I don't see perennial all-star written all over him, but he could be a solid role player or maybe even a starter in the NBA after he finishes out his senior year in college.
If he can learn to be a true point guard, his future becomes that much brighter.