So Many Options, So Little Time

Jordan Walsh from Glenbard West High School (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) will have a busy summer, but he won't be making many unofficial visits.'s No. 3 rated offensive guard has a busy schedule in front of him and may need to wait until the fall before he gets back on the road.

Jordan Walsh (6-foot-4, 270-pounds) 19 scholarship offers from the likes of Arizona, Boston College, USC, UCLA, Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Wisconsin, Duke, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue, and Vanderbilt.

Walsh is still hoping the Notre Dame decides to extend a scholarship offer, but he may need to make it to the summer football camp for that to happen.

"Me and coach Martin still talk, but that's about it right now," Walsh said. "I'm not 100 percent certain, but I'm not sure I'll be able it to their camp.

"Looking at my summer schedule, it's going to be pretty busy. I have our football camp, then 7-on-7s, and then I'm taking summer school because I need an extra credit for foreign language. I'm trying to get as much as I can because some schools want more than others. Just to have that would be nice in case something happens."

Walsh already visited Iowa for a junior day back in January, but he has decided to take another visit to Iowa City to get a more in-depth look at the Iowa football program.

"I know the only visit that I have scheduled now is Iowa," he said. "It's going to in June 10, a week before I start summer school. That's the only one that I know of right now.

"I'm going to start narrowing things down in June, but I don't know exactly how many I'll narrow it down to though. Right now I can't say that any school is above any other, because all of my offers are big. Then I'll take my official visits in the fall."

Jordan recently got involved in a community service program with local fifth and sixth graders. Alongside Walsh was his former high school teammate and Notre Dame offensive lineman Chris Watt.

"We actually did a youth camp together with my school. It was pretty fun," he said. "They basically did everything that we do on the football field. We let them hit the bags and stuff like that. It was pretty rewarding." Top Stories