Jordan Whittington, a 6-foot-1, 185-pounder from Cuero (Texas) High is already rated as a four-star in the 2019 recruiting cycle.
"My biggest strengths are as a player is that I am an athlete," Whittington said. "I am versatile and I will go get you what you want."
Whittington is rated as an athlete and plays on both sides of the football, but he worked out at wide receiver on Saturday at The Opening Houston.
"It is mostly receiver," Whittington said of his college attention, "but I have had some safety and defense but its is mostly receiver and I am more knowledgeable there."
So far he has been stacking major offers and recapped some of the major ones that stand out.
When it comes down to it he is looking for the right fit. He wants to feel at home and be pushed to be the best.
"The environment and other than football they push their players for their job and their career," Whittington said. When it comes to a college I will look for environment and how you separate your players from others. How you get them prepared for life and how you train them if you build a good relationship with them."
"Also their fan base."