Minneapolis (Minn.) Breck two sport standout Jordon McMichael has recruiters interested not only for his talents at both tight end and defensive end, but his abilities on the basketball court as well.
The 6-foot-5 and 230 pound McMichael was an all-conference selection on the grid-iron his junior season as he caught 30 passes for 412 yards, averaging 13.7 yards per reception. He scored seven times.
McMichael also made 43 solo tackles and had 37 assists from his defensive end spot. He registered 13 sacks.
On the basketball court McMichael plays forward and averaged 16 points per game this past season. He has been a varsity starter in hoops since his freshman year.
McMichael has made one Big Ten visit for football and is ready for another.
"I visit Wisconsin next Sunday," McMichael said. "I'll be going to their spring practice. That's going to be the first spring practice I've been to. But I went to a Minnesota junior day.
"I'll probably go see Northwestern, Nebraska, Iowa, and go to Wisconsin's football camp in the summer. And I'm going to the NIKE Camp at Michigan.
"Nebraska and Kansas both offered for football. I don't have any basketball offers yet."
Asked if he has a top five for football, McMichael said, "Not really. It's still up in the air.
"But I'm definitely looking at Nebraska and Kansas because of their offers. And Northwestern, Stanford, Iowa, and Wisconsin."