He was educated at George Washington University, where he played two seasons for the Colonials (2014-2016), and Butler (2017-2019) in which he would play another two more for the Bulldogs. In his last season in the NCAA he averaged 11.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and shot nearly 40% from 3-point range.
In July 2019, he began his professional career in Spain signing for Chocolates Trapa Palencia of the LEB Oro League for one season. During the 2019-20 season he would put on good performances with which he would be chosen MVP, as on matchday four when he averaged 19 points against COB (8/12 field goals), 4 rebounds and 5 assists for a PIR of 30.
In his first season in Spain, in 24 games, he averaged 19 minutes of play with 7.8 points and a success of 49.5% in shots from two and 33.3 in shots from three.
After the break due to the pandemic, he returned to Europe to join the Madeira of the first Portuguese where he raised his numbers to 17.9 points per game in 31 minutes on the court. From Portugal he would start this season heading to Poland to play for Astoria Bydgoszcz where he has only played seven games.
Jorgensen, with his back turned, in a defensive action at Pumarín against OCB. In November, Moncho López’s Porto FC asked him to cover the loss due to a teammate’s injury and he played in four games with an average of 20 minutes and 13 points per match.
Statements by Hector Galan:
“Happy to announce the incorporation to the team of Paul Jorgensen, a player who has already played in Spain in LEB Oro and is accumulating experience. This year he played in Poland and in Porto and with just a few years as a professional he already knows the European and Spanish leagues and that always makes joining the team easier».
«He is a player whose natural position is that of two but who can help the one where we have that gap. He has points, he can generate his own points, he can generate points for his teammates, legs in defense and the intention of adding him is that he can complete the team with the hope that he will fit in soon. That he starts adding up soon and helps us maintain the competitive level that we have shown to this day ».