Jordan waits on offers

Dallas (Texas) Greenhill linebacker Alvin Jordan is loaded with ability. Now he's just waiting for his recruiting process to follow suit with an offer.
The 6-foot-2, 225-pound linebacker has played all over the field since starting for his high school. Tailback, fullback, receiver, linebacker – you name it and he's played it. Now, the college interest is picking up and the first offer may be around the corner.
"The main three schools that I'm interested in and have been showing the most interest are Texas A&M, Arkansas, and Iowa State. You could say that would be the top three right now. They just seem like places that I could fit in."
Jordan got a first hand look at the Aggies when he took in their junior day.
"It was real cool," Jordan said about his visit to College station. "I liked the campus and what not. I'm also trying to get to Iowa State to visit them. I may camp up there this summer."
Arkansas is another possible camp stop for Jordan in the upcoming months.
"I have other schools sending me stuff, but those three have just been the most involved," he said.
As for the off-season, Jordan is certainly not bored. He's keeping himself busy and in shape for his senior year.
"I've been throwing shotput for track, so I've got a lot of workouts for that," he said. "Other than that, I've just been doing agility work and keeping myself in the weight room. I'm staying in solid shape."