Four-star receiver Rolando Jefferson has finally found a home.
It was very clear from the beginning that Jefferson was one of the nation's most talented receivers in the 2009 class. Jefferson was initially invited to play in the U.S. Army All-America Game and Rivals.com ranked him as the nation's No. 15 receiver.
But while Jefferson excelled on the field, he fell behind in the classroom, forcing him to take the junior college route. The good news is that Jefferson did graduate high school and was able to land at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College, which is one of top programs in the nation.
Jefferson officially checked in on Monday, the first day of summer school at Fort Scott.
It's not clear if the Greyhounds will redshirt him or play him right away as a freshman. But what is clear Fort Scott scored one of the nation's most talented receiver prospects in the 2009 class.
Jefferson, who is 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, was heavily recruited by Arizona, Oregon, Utah, Fresno State and multiple other national programs before it became apparent he was heading to the junior college ranks.