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LB Recruit Dylan Jordan Expected To Make Decision After Nebraska Visit

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LINCOLN, NE - AUGUST 31: Nebraska fans release red balloons after the Nebraska Cornhuskers score their first points of the game against the Wyoming Cowboys at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2013 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Kansas doesn't have the reputation as a huge producer of football talent, which may be part of the reason that linebacker Dylan Jordan flew so far under the radar.

Even so, as we approach National Signing Day, Jordan has seen things really ramp up in his recruitment as of late.

Jordan only recently received rankings from 247Sports.

He is a three-star recruit, and the No. 1073 player overall in the class of 2019.

The site also has him listed at No. 74 among outside linebackers and No. 8 in Kansas.

Those numbers may seem a bit low, given the programs that have come in to land him late in this cycle. Over the last two weekends, he has visited Utah and TCU.

This weekend, Dylan Jordan will be making a trip to Nebraska football, as previously scheduled.

He confirmed the trip after having Huskers head coach Scott Frost and defensive coordinator Erik Chinander in for a home visit.

On Monday, Jordan announced that he will make his announcement next Monday, after returning from Lincoln.

That has to be good news for the Huskers, who will get the last shot to impress the linebacker. Other schools like Auburn, Kansas, and Kansas State were reportedly involved as well, but won't be getting visits.