Jordan Webb, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound quarterback from Union High in Mo., has been having a good time with the recruiting process so far and he was happy to know that he would definitely have the opportunity to play football on the next level at a BCS type of program.
"Getting the offer from Kansas felt great. They are on their way up. It would be nice to be part of a program on the rise."
Kansas has obviously caught Webb's attention, but he also has a strong interest in the home state Missouri Tigers.
"They seem pretty interested," Webb informed. "I talk to the quarterbacks coach, Coach Yost, a lot. I went up to Missouri for a junior day and it was a good time. I got to talk to a lot of the other recruits."
As a junior, Webb threw for an amazing 4,308 yards and scored 55 touchdowns and added an additional 600 plus yards and 11 scores on the ground to earn All-State honors and was also named as the Class 4 Offensive Player of the year and an EA sports All-American.
"I think just my accuracy throwing the football," Webb responded when asked about his strengths. "As a whole that is what I am really good at. I also think my leadership. I like to be able to take my team on my back and I thrive to play in the big games."
Webb remains open at this point of the process and is willing to take a look at more programs as they express an interest in his talents, but he would like to try to stay in a pass happy offense.
"Pretty much any school that runs some type of the spread, but I do not necessarily think that I will strictly be a spread quarterback," Webb reported when asked what schools he is interested in the most.
Webb plans to attend some exposure camps as well as summer camp sessions at Missouri and Kansas.