Profile - Jordan Mack
The Wesleyan School (GA) safety Jordan Mack currently holds two offers and more could be on the way. Mack has plans to visit those schools in February along with other schools showing interest. Jordan is liking the direction his recruiting process is going. The 6'3" and 195 pound safety will be a hot recruit.
His recruitment is going as Jordan expected it would. He has quite a few schools showing interest in addition to receiving the offers from Georgia Tech and Boston College. “They are telling me that they are close to pulling the trigger. I am truly blessed to be in this position."
Jordan and Coach Ted Roof from Georgia Tech talk every chance they get. “Coach Roof says he loves my film and likes the length I bring to the safety position.” Mack has an open door invitation from Coach Roof to visit Tech anytime. Jordan plans to visit Tech for their Junior Day as well as some spring practices and the Spring Game.
Boston College likes Jordan’s physical play at the safety position. Mack has built a good relationship with their coaches as he has with those at Tech.
Mack feels that Penn State and Vanderbilt are the two schools that are the closest to offering. “I’m also hearing from Duke, Georgia, and Tennessee." Jordan wants to visit as many schools as possible before he names a favorite.
A trip to Richmond was the first Junior Day visit for Jordan. He’ll be traveling to Vanderbilt on the 21st, Georgia Tech on the 28th, and then to Boston College on April 8th. “I could possibly set up additional visits."
Georgia Tech and Boston College are the two schools that Mack feels are recruiting him the hardest. "I really have close bonds with Coach Roof at Georgia Tech and Coach Washington at Boston College."
When he’s making his visits, Jordan will be looking at the school’s academics as they must have a highly regarded reputation in what he wants to major in. Their football tradition and a school where he feels comfortable are two more factors. “I want to be comfortable with the campus lifestyle, the coaches, and the players.”