Ummm...pardon the interruption of the Duck Debate, but the OP wanted to give much-deserved props to Jordan and highlight his performance.
I hate to go "there", but when I think of Jordan's 3:34 and the little attention he gets for running a time like that, the two folks who immediately come to mind is Steve Holman and David Krumenacker. Holman is arguably one of the greatest American 1500 runners of all time and Krumenacker ran some superb times, including winning the World Indoor 800. I often wonder what LRC would say about those guys if it was around (and as prominent) in those athlete's peak years. Whenever a thread about the "top ___" 1500 runners of all-time pops up, it's rare that you see Holman mentioned. The guy was a stud.
On a fundamental level, having attention lies in your having a following and right now, Jordan's fan support is simply limited. And while he seems to be a great kid with a respectable story-line, there just isn't as many people talking about or following him closely.