Being invited to the U.S. Army All-American Combine is a huge honor and Jorian Jordan knows it. The wide receiver from Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek did not shy away when the spotlight was on him.
"The combine went very well and it was a great experience for my teammates and me," he said. "I liked the way I handled myself with all of the hype and still performed well."
Jordan, who holds an early offer from Towson, has noticed an increase of interest from schools since his participation at the combine.
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"I've been talking to North Carolina a lot because they really need wide receivers in their new offense," explained Jordan. "UNC is top school right now because they are really looking for wide receivers and my former teammate, quarterback Marquise Williams, is doing well there. I think the offense is going to be a lot better this year and I look forward to seeing him in the offense."
Jordan shared what sounds like a busy off-season schedule.
"I'm going to a boat load of camps this off-season," said Jordan. "I'm probably going to Notre Dame, North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina."