"Coach (Dan) Morrison and Coach (June) Jones gave me good feedback. Coach Morrison liked the way I threw the football. He wanted to know what high school I'm from. He said they're definitely going to keep in touch.
"Coach Jones asked me what type of offense we run at my school. They coached Colt Brennan at Hawaii when they went undefeated, so I don't think my height (6-foot-0) is an issue with them. Brennan was around the same size as me, and he wasn't heavy."
Landor, who weighs in the 170-pound range, engineered Teurlings Catholic's run to the 4A semifinals last year. The Rebels, with Landor throwing and running with equal aplomb, upset Sam Houston and Lutcher in the first two rounds.
In the quarterfinals, Landor and his teammates eliminated defending state champion Neville.
What's next on Landor's agenda?
"I'm going to Western Kentucky on Friday to throw for them," he said. "They said they'll offer me on the spot if they're impressed. They'll decide whether or not they're going to offer at the camp.
"Next Friday, I'm camping at UL. Coach (Jay) Johnson has kept in contact with me. I also got a call from Southeastern, and I'm going to throw for them next Monday. It's a camp held in conjunction with Southern Miss, so I'll be able to get looked at by two schools.
"I'm also going to Tulane on the 23rd of this month. They want to see me throw in person before making a decision on whether to offer."