Scout.com ranks Mabin a "four-star" prospect and the 16th best cornerback in the class of 2007. He rushed for over 4,000 yards in his career. Despite Jordan's impressive numbers, most believe he will develop into a top flight cornerback prospect.
Mabin was asked to comment on his final school. He provided the PantherDigest.com a final breakdown.
Pitt Panthers - "I like Pitt quite a bit. I have visited there more than any other school. They have been recruiting me for a long time. I'm very comfortable and familiar with their coaching staff and my cousin Dorin Dickerson plays there."
Indiana Housiers - "I have been there once. Their campus is beautiful and they have a great coaching staff. They're a lot of great things going on with their rebuilding process."
Northwestern Wildcats - "Northwestern has a solid program in the Big Ten. I'm going to try to run out there for a one day visit."
Jordan has received scholarship offers from Pitt, Northwestern, Indiana, Cincinnati, Akron and Kent State. He rushed for 1,495 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior in 2005. As a sophomore, he rushed for 1,775 yards and scored 25 touchdowns. He also topped the 1,000-yard plateau as a freshman in 2003. Jordan is capable of running a 4.5 forty-yard dash.
"I would love to play both ways in college," he said. "Most schools like me at cornerback, but I can contribute on offense as well. I haven't really labeled myself. I consider myself an athlete more than anything."
"I plan on making my final decision within the next week for so prior to the season opener."
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