Not surprisingly, there’s not a lack of suitors lining up to woo Jordan Stevenson.
This past weekend, Stevenson spent a couple of days visiting Nebraska. Beginning Tuesday and going on into Thursday, 247Sports.com is reporting, the running back is taking a visit to Miami.
There’s also a possibility that Stevenson, who’s reportedly being personally recruited by Nick Saban, could take an official visit to Alabama after his Miami trip, although it’s been reported that the Texas product would like to make a decision on a new school by the end of this week.
Last week it was reported that Stevenson, a 2015 Wisconsin signee, was officially denied enrollment at UW this past week even as he met NCAA enrollment standards. What the UW issue is and the reason why this happened so close to the start of summer camp hasn’t been detailed, although the school has given the player a complete release from his scholarship.
Regardless of where Stevenson ultimately lands — indications are that the Cornhuskers are the favorites at the moment — he will be eligible to play immediately in 2015. others that have been mentioned as a possibility are Florida, Oklahoma State, South Carolina and Tennessee.
The interest from myriad Power Five programs is understandable as Rivals.com had the Texas high school product as a four-star prospect, rated as the No. 27 running back in the country and the No. 34 player at any position in the state.
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