El Dorado (Kan.) Butler County C.C. defensive tackle Tyler Jessen is a 6-foot-2, 300-pound two-star prospect that is starting to get some serious attention from schools all over the nation.
"This morning I talked to Louisville," Jessen said. "Then also I've been talking to UAB, Kansas State, Duke and some smaller division schools."
"I'm not 100 percent sure, but I think me and J.D. Douglas are going on a trip to Louisville on Dec. 14."
Jessen has been offered by both UAB and Troy and at this point, Troy seemingly has the upper hand.
"Of the teams that offered it would be Troy at the top of my list," he said. "But Louisville would definitely be up there if they offered. "I'd like to make a decision sometime in mid to late December."
Jessen still has one more game to play in.
"We're waiting on the national championship game now," he said. "We play Dec. 1 against Snow Community College. I've played pretty good this season. I'm second in the team in tackles. I think I had like six and a half sacks."