Landor also feels that he might be closing in on his first scholarship offer.
"I called Coach (Michael) Norvell from Pittsburgh last week and we had a good conversation," said Landor. "He told me to call him every week until he can start calling me.
"They didn't take a quarterback in 2011, and so their 2012 quarterback is going to be the QB of the future."
Although Landor hails from south Louisiana, he says that distance won't necessarily be a factor when it comes to choosing a college.
"The distance isn't a problem," he explained. "On the one hand, my parents would like to be able to come see me play each week, but they just want me to be comfortable. I'm willing to learn how to play in the cold weather up north."
Teurlings Catholic was seeded in the bottom half (No. 20 out of 32 teams) of the 2010 Class 4A playoff bracket, but the Rebels surprised the rest of the state by reeling off three playoff wins. Landor, the top prospect on the squad, caused defensive coordinators much grief with his dual-threat abilities.