Denton, Texas (Ryan High School) safety Austin Jordan seems to has narrowed his twenty scholarship offers down to three choices. The 6-0/190 prospect who is ranked nationally as the #12 safety, and the #28 player from the state of Texas, made visits last month to Ohio State, Texas, and Oklahoma in an effort to make his selection as to which university he’ll attend and it appears that the Sooners may have made a very solid impression.
On Wednesday Oklahoma picked up a crystal ball prediction, from 247Sports, for Jordan to land in Norman. It was the fourth such prediction for the two-sport star, who also runs track, but also the first since March.
Jordan sandwiched a trip to Oklahoma’s ChampU Barbecue between trips to Ohio State (June 11) and Texas (June 25) but the momentum definitely seems to be trending towards the Sooners with guys like 247Sports Director of Football Recruiting Steve Wiltfong and Texas Insider Mike Roach being among those to cast predictions towards OU.
In 2019, as a sophomore, Jordan was named as the District 4-5A-I Defensive Newcomer of the Year. Last season he was unanimous named first-team all-district after helping Ryan to go undefeated and win the Texas 5A D-I state championship.
Roy Manning is recruiting Austin Jordan to come to Oklahoma and play safety. The Sooners currently have one safety commitment for the 2022 recruiting cycle, Tulsa Union’s Jayden Rowe.
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