Don't think that he doesn't know that either. The 6-foot-2 and 175 pound Hardy is an instant boost of talent into everyone's receiving corps. The Butler County (Kan.) Community College took in a trip to Kansas this weekend.
"Yes sir, I went to Kansas," Hardy said. "It went alright. I've been up there to visit with friends before."
"I have been on four officials. I have been to South Florida, Auburn, Nebraska and Kansas. All of the visits have their similarities and differences."
The similarities and differences may get to be too long of a list to look at. Also, it may not really capture what Hardy is looking for in a school. So, what are some of the big things that Hardy is looking for when it comes to picking out a school.
"I am looking for a place where I can feel comfortable. I need to be comfortable with the coaches and the players, of course. I am looking for a place where I can play right away and at the academics."
Taylor has already signed with Nebraska and was Hardy's quarterback at Butler County. They should have a chemistry on the football field already. Additionally, Tomerlin was at Butler as a defensive end, but would like the chance to play tight end beyond his days at Butler.
Hardy red-shirted in 2003 and is on schedule to graduate in May of 2005 and will have three years to play three. Hardy did not commit to a college out of high school, but he will get that chance next week though. "I will make my decision sometime this week. I don't have a leader."