"He's a big, strong possession type of receiver," Wakefield head coach Rod Sink said. "He has pretty good speed, good hands, runs good routes – when he wants to. I don't want to take anything away from the kid, because he's a good talent, but if his consistency gets to where it needs to be, he'll be unstoppable...
"He's a tough receiver downfield, but he's not going to beat you deep. He's a guy that's going to jump up and catches the ball when he needs to. So if we're down at the goal line and we're throwing a fade, we're throwing it to Jordan."
After recording just two touchdown receptions as a sophomore, Fieulleteau emerged at UNC's Seven-on-Seven Passing Tournament last summer, winning the "Playmaker" award. He followed that up with a junior season in which he caught 86 passes for 1,200 yards and 24 touchdowns.
Fieulleteau was offered by North Carolina under the previous regime. During a Signing Day conversation with Larry Fedora, that offered was reaffirmed.
"He assured me that I had the offer and he said he wants me to be their guy," Fieulleteau said. "He said he would be very happy if I would be their first commit of 2013 … I was very excited about that."
With Khris Francis and Korrin Wiggins committing on Wednesday night, Fieulleteau won't be UNC's first 2013 verbal commitment. But, he may not be too far behind them.
"I like UNC and they're my leader, but I'm going to keep everything in perspective and keep an open mind," Fieulleteau said. "I don't really have a set date [for a verbal commitment]. I just know I want do it before the summer just to get it out of the way so I could just focus on my high school football team and my senior football season."
While UNC is his lone offer, Fieulleteau is receiving significant interest from Alabama, Connecticut, Duke, East Carolina, Kentucky, NC State, Purdue, Rutgers, and South Carolina.
Fieulleteau has made countless visits to UNC, including attending three football games last fall. His most recent visit occurred this past Wednesday night, which included attending the UNC-Duke basketball game.
"It was a crazy experience, good game," Fieulleteau said. "Two players committed so that was big."
In spite of his feelings towards UNC, Fieulleteau says he didn't consider committing during the visit.
"Not [Wednesday], but I'm not sure what I want to do yet," Fieulleteau said. "It's too big a decision to rush it. I'm going over there next week to talk to the coaches about it."
Besides UNC, Fieulleteau has visited Duke, East Carolina, and NC State. He's been invited to Maryland's Junior Day and spring practice at South Carolina.
Fieulleteau is from Queens, N.Y. After his father passed away while he was in elementary school, his family spent a year in Georgia before settling in Raleigh… In addition to his brother Justin, who is also being recruited by UNC, Fieulleteau is close to teammate Connor Mitch... Fieulleteau's last name is pronounced "Fee-all-toe."