Jordan talks about things he learned while at the Mississippi State camp.
"I came to the camp to get better at my position and learn to stay focused," said Jordan. "I'm a little banged up right now, but I plan on getting better, then come back to the Big Dawg Camp (in July)."
Jordan hurt himself this past weekend in a dirt bike accident. The MSU coaches talked to him about the injury.
"They told me to get my injury checked out and try to stay away from the injuries because they want me up here," said Jordan.
The Mississippi State camp is the second one that Jordan has attended this summer. He will likely attend a couple of more later in June.
"I've already gone to the Ole Miss camp and I will probably go to the Bama and LSU camps, somewhere in the SEC," said Jordan.
As of now, five schools are showing the most interest in Jordan.
"Bama, Southern Miss, Purdue, Mississippi State and Ole Miss are showing interest in me," said Jordan.
He has two offers with the possibility of one more soon.
"I have offers from Ole Miss and (Mississippi)State and Alabama is supposed to offer soon," said Jordan.
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