Penn State is another school that has sparked this talented athlete's interest.
"I went to camp up there last summer and I went to the PSU/Minnesota game," he said. "It was awesome. Being on that field, it was just a whole different atmosphere. I may camp there again, I'm also thinking about going to Notre Dame and possibly Pitt."
Last season as a junior, Lorditch caught 30 passes for 560 yards and six touchdowns. The versatile athlete also scored three times via punt return, and one touchdown each rushing and on a kick return. He was named the MVP of the Philadelphia Catholic League, he earned All-Catholic and second team All-State honors. Ironically, he earned a lot of his post-season honors as a kicker/punter.
"Yeah, I never could understand that one," laughed Lorditch. "I think the combination of my height, speed, and athleticism at wide receiver gives me an advantage. I think I could kick at the next level, but I'll do whatever."
The 6-foot-3, 180 pound, wide receiver is now working out and getting prepared for his combine and camp tour, which will include a stop at the Scout.com All-American Combine at Rutgers University on April 23.
"Right now I'm working on my weight and strength, I've worked on my strength a lot."