Morganton (N.C.) Freedom defensive back Jordan Hemby visited Blacksburg this past weekend to see one of his three leaders. Hemby, a 5-foot-10, 176-pound cornerback favors Virginia Tech along with Clemson and North Carolina State.
“The trip went very well for Jordan, he had a great time up there,” said Freedom Coach Jerry Foresman. “The Tech coaching staff treated him very well, he always enjoys visiting Tech.”
Hemby has taken unofficial visits to both Clemson and North Carolina State at this point, but has yet to name any leaders among those three.
“He’s beginning to think about scheduling official visits,” admitted Foresman. “He hasn’t set any dates for his visits just yet, but I expect he’ll re-visit those three.”
The trip to Blacksburg gave Hemby a chance to see the game atmosphere of Lane Stadium as well witness a big win for the Hokies.
“He likes the stadium and the atmosphere on gameday at Tech,” stated Hemby. “He’s also very high on their business school there.”
A decision may not be too far off in the distant future for Hemby.
“I don’t see him going late into the recruiting process with a decision,” said Foresman. “I expect him to take a few visits and decide at some point late in our season possibly.”
On the season, Jordan has three interceptions and is the leading tackler in Freedom’s secondary. Freedom is 3-2 on the season and will take on A.C. Reynolds this Friday evening.