Milo Jordan is one of the toughest and fiercest defensive tackles in Southern California and the Corona Centennial prospect said his recruitment is starting to pick up as coaches get to know his name.
There are still some issues to work out academically - and maybe that's why Jordan hasn't picked up any offers yet - but he's taking care of things in the classroom so he has a future on the football field.
"I'm not the same guy now when I started high school so I dug myself into a little bit of a hole but it's nothing I can't fix," Jordan said Sunday at the Rivals.com Five-Star Academy.
"If I realized this anytime but now I wouldn't have a college career. I'd be one of those guys at a JC."
Colorado, USC, UCLA, Washington, Arizona State, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oregon and Oregon State are the schools showing the most interest in Jordan, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound recruit who finished with 67 tackles and 2.5 sacks in his junior season.
The only camp Jordan is certain to attend this summer is the USC Rising Stars Camp but the Centennial standout said he's open to going to others as well.
He said the Trojans and Buffaloes are recruiting him the hardest but things could pick up if he hits camps hard this summer. Jordan plays with an incredible motor so it would be no surprise if he starts picking up offers soon.
"There's nothing set in stone except for the USC camp," Jordan said. "I'm for sure going to that one but the other ones I'm still not sure yet.
"SC is recruiting me the hardest and then probably after that would be Colorado. I'm going to take an unofficial visit to SC and then the others I'm going to wait on. SC is a favorite."