With Ranthony Texada's decision looming, SMU could up its chances of landing the talented three-star corner if an offer is extended to teammate Lamar Jordan.
"Lamar told me that they told him they want to see how their wide receiver situation plays out before they offer," Texada said. "If Lamar does get an offer from SMU I would think about committing more."
Jordan camped with Texada at SMU and currently holds offers from Air Force, Navy and Rice. Texada added that he expects Jordan ‘to pick up a lot more offers during the season.'
Texada hopes SMU offers teammate
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