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Three-star WR hoping for a big season

Three-star wide receiver Jorian Jordan of Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek continues to keep his recruiting process relatively quiet. The 6-foot-1, 175-pounder claims four offers, plus a few bigger schools want to see him perform this season before making a decision.
"Right now, I'm just practicing hard in the weight room, getting ready for Butler," he said. "I'm supposed to have a big role this year and I'm getting ready for that."
Practice started on Monday and Jordan has big goals.
"I'm trying to be seen as the speedster this year," he said. "I bring a lot to the table, but I don't want to be labeled as a sleeper. I'm far better than that and I want to prove myself and get the offers I desire and want. I also want to help my team to a championship."
On the recruiting scene, Jordan holds offers from Georgia State, Youngstown State, Towson and Hampton.
During the summer, Jordan has attended a couple of camps.
"I went to North Carolina's camp and Wake Forest's camp, those were the only two," he said. "North Carolina went well, but I went on the wrong day when there wasn't a lot of competition. They liked my route running though and have really said it's about this year since I didn't have the film last year because I was hurt. Wake Forest wasn't really very interested."
In addition, Ball State and Appalachian State are showing serious interest.
Jordan confirmed that he is fond of a few programs at this time.
"I love North Carolina," he said. "I love their offense and I have a relationship there. I love North Carolina. I also like Tennessee too since I visited there. But, I'd say Georgia State is my top school since they are showing me the most love."