The 20-year-old had 18 points in 162 WHL games between 2014-2017.
Wharrie has played in Everett, Victoria, Brandon, and Vancouver during his junior career, after a brief stint with the Port Moody Panthers of the PIJHL.
In 2016-17 the Port Moody product had 12 points in 71 games with the Wheat Kings and Giants.
Clippers Coach Mike Vandekamp calls Wharrie a big, strong, blueliner who skates well.
“His poise and experience will be an added dynamic to our team. His leadership off of the ice will be a real positive addition to our D corps as well,” said Vandekamp.
We would like to welcome Jordan to the Clippers Family and look forward to seeing him on the ice with his new teammates at Training Camp in August.