Greenville QB Awaiting Offers

Greenville High will be a program that many football fans around the Palmetto state will want to watch next season. Not only will the Red Raiders boast the services of at least three D-I prospects, including QB Jordan Sorrells, they'll also probably be in contention for a state championship.

QB Jordan Sorrells
6-2, 190, 4.85
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina

If you haven't been following head coach Larry Frost and the Greenville football program lately, you might want to give them a second look.

Frost is leading a major resurgence for the Red Raiders, highlighted by last year's 12-1 record.

And this year, the outlook appears to be just as promising.

"We've got some guys coming back for us," said Frost. "We've got some good kids here that have had some great instruction now for a couple of years under our assistant coaches, and it makes difference."

One of those players is QB Jordan Sorrells.

As a junior, Sorrells threw for 2,959 yards and 35 touchdowns with only 10 interceptions.

"We had a good season last year," said Sorrells. "It's fun running this offense and being able to get the ball around, but it's also nice to be able to hand the ball off to a guy like Travil."

Most recruiting fans are already familiar with RB Travil Jamison, one of the top backs in the southeast this year.

"He's tough to bring down," said Sorrells.

And while Jamison has already picked up an offer from Clemson, Sorrells is still waiting for his first offer to come rolling in.

"I don't have any yet, but I'm getting letters from everywhere. Literally everywhere. My dad says not take really any of it too seriously until some offers start coming in, so I'm waiting for that."

"Once I get an offer, then that's when you have to start thinking about things more seriously. Right now, I just want to enjoy my last year coming up in high school."

Sorrells also added that it would be nice to play with Jamison, and fellow prospect Nathan Pepper at the same school, but he doesn't consider that a priority.

"Sure we've talked about it a little, but that's about it. I think we want to go where each of us feels the most comfortable," said Sorrells.

Greenville offensive coordinator Jim Sosebee says that Sorrells has all the tools to play at the D-I level.

"He really does," said Sosebee. "He has a presence about him and knows what he's doing in this offense. He makes good reads and has a strong arm. Two years ago we went up to the Walk Harris Camp (Pittsburgh) and he went something like 66-for-88 passing, and that was as a sophomore."

We will continue to keep you updated on Jordan Sorrells, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories