Baltimore (Md.) Loyola wide receiver Jordan Floyd has been sitting on one scholarship since last fall. What's the latest with the 6-foot-2, 205-pounder?
"I still have an offer from Maryland, that's my only offer," he said. "I've only been to Rutgers this offseason and I'm going to Virginia on Saturday and then after basketball season ends I plan to visit a bunch of others, hopefully many more to come in."
Floyd discussed the Rutgers trip.
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"I went earlier this month or late last month," he said. "It was real good. They have a beautiful campus and I liked it a lot."
Does Floyd like any schools?
"Honestly, I'm wide open, I don't have any favorites," he said. "I want the best education and sports program.
"I'd like to hear from Virginia Tech, NC State and some more of the Big Ten and ACC, just because those schools have my major, really good business schools and are great football programs."
The Baltimore prospect had a big year for Loyola earning all-MIA, second team all-metro and honorable mention all-state after hauling in approximately 700-yards receiving, 11 touchdowns and posting 70 tackles.
"I improved a lot from last year where I only had 10 catches for 100-years," he said. "I worked out a lot in the summer and my older brother helped me, I'm running crisper routes and went to camps, that helped out too."