April 3, 2012
Jordan talks recruiting
Jorian Jordan certainly helped himself after a strong performance Sunday, April 1 at the Rivals/VTO Sports North Carolina Elite 100 Combine.
Rivals.com's Mike Farrell ranked Jordan fourth on his list of top skill position performers at the event.
Towson is the only school to offer the 6-foot-1, 175-pound wide receiver at Mallard Creek a scholarship, but he has also received interest from Duke, Harvard, Indiana, Maryland, NC State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn, Princeton and Wake Forest.
Jordan visited Duke Saturday, March 31.
"It went very well," Jordan said. "Coach [Matt] Lubick is very humble. He told me a lot of things I had to get right before I could really transition into the Duke family, so I've got a lot of work to do."
He added that Lubick said he needs to stay on his grades.
Jordan regularly receives letters from Maryland and Wake Forest.
It is likely that Jordan will visit Towson instead of going to Wake's spring game.
The Tar Heels will hold its spring practice Thursday Mallard Creek.
"Oh yes, [I am] most definitely [looking forward to it], get to see the offense, get a feel for Marquise [Williams], see how he's doing, just all of that stuff and get a feel for college," Jordan said.
In the Mavericks run to the fourth round of the state playoffs and a 13-1 finish he caught 25 passes for 900 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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