When Travis Jorgeson (NH Prep, NH) arrived in New England (by the way of Columbia, MO) this fall he was apart of the 2013 Missouri Tigers recruiting class, but all that changed as of last week. Jorgenson, a 6-foot-0 lead guard who is looking to polish his game, while playing in the NEPSAC before heading to college reopened his recruitment by deciding not to sign early with the University of Missouri.
“It had nothing to do with Missouri or anything they did I just didn’t feel comfortable signing during the early signing period,” Jorgenson explained to HDM about his decision to reopen his recruitment.
Since reopening his recruitment, Jorgenson has heard from Alabama, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Tulsa, Creighton and Oregon St.
Now that Jorgenson has a second chance at making the right choice on his college destination for next fall. Jorgenson, now has a better understanding what to look for in a school.
“I want to go to a school where I can be the point guard on a winning team, and I also want to have a great relationship with the coaches.”
The Tigers will be in need of a point guard next year depending on how the season goes for Phil Pressey. So look for Missouri to continue recruiting Jorgenson