The speedy 6-2, 175-pound wide receiver, who is a native of Miami, says that will wrap up his official visit schedule.
"The visit to Kansas went good," he says. "I liked the people there and the program."
He adds, "I am looking at Auburn, South Florida, Nebraska and Kansas. Right now I am going to set back and look at all of the schools now that I have taken my visits. I am probably going to make my decision this week."
Hardy, who says that he is scheduled to graduate junior college in May, says that he has "no favorite." If he graduates on schedule, he will have three years of eligibility on the Division I level after redshirting one year in junior college.
Last season he caught 34 receptions for 820 yards and five touchdowns. Butler County coach Troy Morrell says, "He's a great player who has got a lot speed and great hands also." Morrell notes that colleges from coast to coast have been recruitin Hardy.
On his official visit to Auburn, his host was cornerback David Irons, a former standout player at Butler County Community College.