First DI offer from Western Michigan is jumping-off point for Cathedral WR Camden Jordan
The floodgates will open soon. You can bet on it.
The first dent in the dam came over the weekend.
Indianapolis Cathedral junior wide receiver Camden Jordan received his first DI college football offer from Western Michigan Friday night. Scouting services are predicting Jordan will eventually land with a school in the Big Ten and by the spring, if not earlier, he’ll have suitors from much bigger programs than WMU coveting his services at the next level.
Jordan (6-foot-0, 175 pounds) is a three-sport stud, also excelling on the hardwood as a point guard and the baseball diamond in centerfield. This past fall, he caught 38 passes for 750 yards and 14 touchdowns for a 9-3 Cathedral football team that lost to eventual state-champion New Palestine in the regionals. He’s a slick route runner with butter soft mitts and game-changing ability to consistently stretch the field for chunk plays.
Baseball might actually turn out to be his best sport and the pro and college scouts are already paying attention.
Expect Jordan to be highly-sought in the college-football recruiting market this offseason. Wisconsin, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern and Indiana are all reportedly interested in monitoring Jordan’s progress on the camp and combine circuit in the coming months.
— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN