He signed with Oregon a couple of years ago and even spent a year on the Ducks’ roster. Dissatisfied in Eugene, Orlando Evans left for Solano College in Fairfield, Calif. After one season at Solano, the program gave up football.
But Evans has landed on his feet at City College of San Francisco.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound right-handed quarterback has passed for 2,300 yards and 27 touchdowns this season, helping guide CCSF to a 9-0 record heading into tonight’s contest with San Jose City College.
Evans was highly recruited out of Stockton (Calif.) Brookside Christian High School and it looks like he’s being heavily recruited out of junior college as well.
He has already lined up three official visits.
Evans is slated to visit Mississippi State on Nov. 21, Indiana on Nov. 23 and Iowa on Dec. 11. All three of the schools have offered him a scholarship. LSU has also made contact recently.
Evans will have two years to play two and he will enroll at the school of his choice at the mid-term.
He says he knows what he’s looking for in a school.
“I need to find a place that needs a quarterback,” Evans said. “I’d like to go in and see if I can earn a starting spot.”