Oregon DB Picks Up First Offer

One of the players we thought would be getting more recruiting attention this year is Beaverton Ore.) defensive back Jordan Senn. The problem is, many schools see him as a 'tweener' too small for safety and not fast enough for corner.

We really liked Senn when we saw him for the first time at the Nike Camp in Eugene two years ago. This past year, Senn again shined clocking a 4.44 in the 40 with a 3.98 shuttle and was runner up to quarterback T.C Ostrander for camp MVP honors.

Senn has produced on the field as well but not quite enough to draw much attention from the Pac 10.

"Oregon wants me to walk on and Oregon State doesn't think I'm fast enough to play there," Senn said. "Portland State has offered me and I'm going to take a visit January 10. I also have a visit set with Idaho for January 24. They haven't offered me yet but I think they will soon.

"Idaho likes me as a corner and Portland State told me I was the top safety on their board. I'm leaning more towards Portland State right now. I'm not sure I want to walk on anywhere. I would really like to spare my parents the expense of college if I can."

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