A new team has surfaced for Conestoga Valley (PA) quarterback Jordan Steffy … Penn State is now in the mix for one of the country’s top dual-threat quarterback prospects.
Steffy made an official visit to PSU this weekend, and enjoyed his time in Happy Valley.
“The visit went very well,” said Steffy. “I spent some time with the players, spoke to the coaches and things like that. I spoke with [PSU quarterback] Mike Robinson and had a good time with him.”
Steffy acknowledged that the Nittany Lions weren’t under serious consideration until this weekend’s visit.
“Basically, they just called me and asked if I wanted to make a visit,” said Steffy. “They weren’t really in it until this visit. They are definitely in there now.”
Penn State, Virginia Tech, Maryland, and Michigan State make up Steffy’s top four. Clemson, the school he made an official visit to last weekend, is trailing the top four.
“My list is the same, except for Penn State is in there,” said Steffy, whose favorite list before was Maryland, Virginia Tech, and Michigan State. “Clemson is a little lower than those four.”
Next up for Jordan is an official visit to Virginia Tech next weekend (November 22nd) and Maryland on December 5th. He has set a press conference to announce his decision on December 11th.
Conestoga Valley finished the 2003 season with an 8-2 record. They missed the playoffs after losing a tiebreaker for the 4th and final playoff spot. Steffy finished the year completing 53 percent of his passes and throwing for 1,827 yards, 17 touchdowns, and only five interceptions. He rushed for 459 yards on 100 carries, scoring seven touchdowns on the ground.
Despite missing the playoffs, Steffy feels his senior year was a successful one.
“It was a good year,” said Steffy. “Personally, I was nominated for the Big 33 and several other All-Star games. The way the season ended was a disappointment, but there are some positives there.”
Steffy is now busy with basketball. He plays the two-guard position, and needs only a few points to eclipse the 1,000 point mark for his career.
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