RB/LB Chris Jordan Profile
6-2, 210 pound prospect Chris Jordan will attend the spring game at Clemson next weekend.
"I am going to Clemson next weekend to see the spring game," he said. "My dad will be coming with me. I haven't been to Clemson this year. I did go to the Nike camp at Clemson last year."
Chris and his father will spend a couple of days in Clemson next week.
"I am probably going to go down Friday," he said. "I want to spend some time seeing things on Friday. I am going to hook up with coach Napier and see the campus. On Saturday I am going to watch the game and meet the new running back coach."
The Tigers are recruiting the Brentwood Academy standout with a pair of coaches.
"I am being recruited by coach Napier and coach Powell," said Jordan.
When asked if he has a current favorite, Jordan responded, "I don't really have a favorite. The teams that would be up there on my list would be Clemson and Alabama."
The prize recruit already has offers from several of the top programs in the Southeast.
"Indiana is my latest offer," he said. "I have about seven offers now. I am also hearing from Florida. They haven't offered yet."
The talented athlete could play several positions for the Tigers.
"I have a scholarship from Clemson to play running back or linebacker. If I go there and want to switch to linebacker if I have that opportunity. Most of the other schools are just looking at me for running back."
Jordan plans to work over the summer instead of attending camps.
"I doubt that I will go to any camps. I will be busy working over summer," stated Jordan.
What type of running back is Jordan?
"I am more of a power back," said Jordan.
The Tennessee standout will make his decision when he feels the time is right.
"I really don't know when I will make a commitment," he said. "I guess when I find the right school I will go ahead and commit. It could be soon or it could be during my senior year."
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