But with Kansas State coach Bill Snyder making in-home visits
with both recruits earlier this week, one thing is certain: Jordan, a two-star
receiver and brother of Wildcat Randy Jordan, is a California lean. Other than
that, nothing else is certain when it comes to these two talents. Mbakogu isn't
sure where he's going and he isn't saying much about "leans" either. Both are
"I just feel real comfortable there," said Jordan, who plans to announce Jan. 29, his birthday. "My two cousins already committed there and I have some friends there too. I like their coaching staff. It would be a chance to play for an offensive-minded coach and I can play early there."
And with his brother enjoying both ups and downs as a
"I know so much about
"Coach Snyder has a great program," he said. "He wins games. It's that simple. He told me that if I went further from home it would give a better chance of growing up and learning more about myself, something he said I might not get staying so close to home."
But it's staying close to home that really has
"I like that their close and my family can see me play a lot
easier," he said. "