Thomas Jefferson star defensive end Jordan Mayer has taken a mulligan on his college recruitment.
Back in April, Mayer rethought things and decided to de-commit from Boston College and open up his recruitment because of the new interest he was receiving from programs.
“It was very, very difficult to decommit,” said Mayer. “The coaches at Boston College are absolutely amazing. I was stressing about this for a week or two. I feel that I rushed my decision and want to be 100 percent sure with no doubts.”
“I will definitely be committing sometime between now until the month of June. This next time I will close my recruitment and find my home for the next four years,” said Mayer.
After not receiving heavy interest, Mayer’s recruitment skyrocketed as he now holds over 20+ offers, including ones from Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Akron, Duke, Central Michigan, Georgia Tech, Miami (OH), Rutgers, Syracuse and Vanderbilt.
Following a month of speaking with coaches and making unofficial visits, Mayer has settled on a final four: Wisconsin, Cincinnati, West Virginia and Virginia Tech. Despite Wisconsin being viewed as the clear favorite, Mayer plans on making official visits. At this time, he has ones scheduled to Cincinnati (June 3-5) and Wisconsin (June 10-12). Mayer tells PSN that he’ll be talking with the West Virginia coaches today about setting up an official visit to Morgantown.