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MD junior plans two visits

2012 athlete Jordan Mynatt of Columbia (Md.) Wilde Lake is in the midst of his junior season, and is also happy to be dealing with his quickly blossoming recruitment. With one visit already under his belt and two more scheduled, Mynatt is more than capable of juggling both sides of his life.
"Recruiting is going good," said Mynatt, who is 6-foot-0 and 175 pounds. "I'm just taking everything step by step."
Leading the way so far for Mynatt are Rutgers, Boston College, Penn State, UCLA, Oregon, and Missouri. While he has already taken one visit, he has two bigger ones coming up.
"I went to Delaware Saturday and I'm going to Penn State next week and then the following week I'm going to Rutgers," said Mynatt, who mentioned that he attended summer camps at Penn State, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia.
One of the intriguing parts of Mynatt's game is his versatility, so does he have a preference as to what position he will play at the next level?
"I'm being recruited as just an athlete, but I really like wide out," said Mynatt. "But corner is really fun too."
Mynatt is proving this versatility on the field this season, as he has seen time at wide receiver, defensive back, linebacker, and tight end.
"This year I have three picks, like 25 tackles and one receiving touchdown, but our offense is a Wing-T," said Mynatt. "I'm having a great season though and our team is 5-2."