DeAndre Jordan, the 6-foot-10, 215-pound power forward from Episcopal High School in Houston, Texas, has clearly established himself as one of the truly elite players in the class of 2007. Jordan, the No. 14 ranked player in the class, has seen the number of schools involved in his recruitment continue to grow.
"I mean, nothing much has really changed," said Jordan. "I am really taking it slow right now and I am going to take my time with my recruitment. Texas, Texas A&M, Arizona, Kansas, LSU, Kentucky, Georgia, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Houston, Washington, Vanderbilt, Miami-FL, Florida, Florida State and Georgia Tech are some of the schools that have been by to watch my games this year."
Jordan, the five-star prospect from Houston, Texas, has clearly established himself as one of the truly elite players in the class of 2007. Each and every school on his list is hoping to get the 6-foot-10, 215-pound power forward on campus for some type of visit.
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"I do plan to take some unofficial visits to schools that are close to my home," said Jordan. "You know, I would like to unofficially visit Houston, Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, Mississippi State, Oklahoma and a few others. I plan to make it down to each of these schools throughout the year.
"I am also going to take some official visits, but I have not made a decision about what schools to visit just yet," he added. "I do plan to use all five visits and that is something that I am looking forward to. "
During his sophomore campaign at Episcopal High School, Jordan averaged 15.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 6.0 blocks per game.