Dylan Jordan's seen everything he needs to and he knows his top two schools. 

Now, the only thing left to do is decide: Nebraska or TCU? 

The answer to that question, of course, is a big one for the outside linebacker from Pittsburg, Kansas, who told the Journal Star on Sunday that he plans to make his announcement Monday afternoon. 

Jordan just wrapped up his official visit to Lincoln on Sunday after visiting TCU last weekend. 

"Facility-wise, it's outstanding. It's everything you could want," Jordan said. "The football aspect is definitely on the come-up and Coach (Scott Frost) is definitely building something special. 

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"As far as the people, they're really good and really personable. I got up there and you can just talk with anybody and everybody. The players and coaches get along so great and you can tell that it sells itself." 

Jordan was hosted by freshman outside linebacker Caleb Tannor.

This has all been a whirlwind for Jordan, who a month ago picked up a Nebraska offer and has since seen Kansas State, Kansas, TCU, Utah, Auburn and others follow suit. 

Jordan visited Utah on Jan. 11, TCU last weekend and now Nebraska. He's set to choose between the Horned Frogs and Huskers. In the meantime, 247Sports has pegged him as the No. 192 prospect in the nation, solidly in four-star range, after he spent most of his high school career as a little-known prospect. 

"I feel like it will feel like a weight lifted off my shoulders," Jordan said. "I'm excited to see what my future holds for me and where I end up." 

The Huskers have four available scholarships remaining and would like to add Jordan to a group that already includes outside linebackers Garrett Nelson and Jamin Graham. 

NU has hosted seven players on official visits so far in January and is likely to fill three of its four remaining spots, keeping one free to explore the transfer market later in the offseason. 

Contact the writer at pgabriel@journalstar.com or 402-473-7439. On Twitter @HuskerExtraPG.


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Parker joined the Journal Star as the University of Nebraska football beat writer in August 2017. He previously covered Montana State athletics for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2012.

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