Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek junior wide receiver Jorian Jordan had a strong season. The 2013 prospect has seen his recruitment pick up in recent weeks, but still holds one offer at this time.
"I get a lot of letters from Duke and South Carolina," he said. "Towson is the one offer I have.
"The other schools just send me letters and Duke invited me to a game."
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Jordan hasn't visited anywhere in a couple months, but he made multiple visits to South Carolina in September.
"Every time I go there, I see something else," he said. "I love South Carolina, it's a great atmosphere. I like the fans and how everybody is so hyped to watch the game. Everybody is coming to the game."
Because of the interest they've shown, Jordan claims Duke and South Carolina stick out.
On the year, Jordan posted over 20 receptions and six touchdowns.
"I'm doing really well," he said. "I'm being a team player and getting my grades up. I was a little banged up. I only missed two games, but I've seen a great improvement in my play. I feel I've gotten a lot faster, stronger and my routes are better than ever."