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Nations's No. 1 IOL Jordan Seaton Back at USC in April

Scott Schrader03/15/23
Article written by:On3 imageScott Schrader


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Washington (D.C.) St. John’s 4-Star Interior Offensive Lineman Jordan Seaton recently released his top 14 schools. He’ll begin the process of visiting those schools in the coming weeks. 

On3 National Recruiting Director Chad Simmons reported on Tuesday that Seaton is visiting Florida (March 20-21), Florida State (March 22-23), Miami (March 24-25) USC (April 8) and Colorado (April 22). He’s also considering a trip to Alabama in early April. 

The March 18 visit to USC will be Seaton’s second. He and his family flew out to Los Angeles last Spring and visited on April 23.

Seaton shared a few thoughts with Simmons on why USC, Alabama, Oregon, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Ohio St., Colorado, Maryland, Tennessee, Miami, Oklahoma, LSU and Texas A&M made his list of Top Schools.

“I’m a winner,” Seaton told On3 on Nov. 29. “So I want to go to a winning program. I’m not so far as looking for a certain location because wherever’s best for me, as far as school-wise, facility-wise, coach-wise, that’s where I’m gonna choose.

“When I go on the visits, I want to see everything, like the stuff they don’t usually talk about. I want to talk to the players. I want to know everything I could know that sometimes people leave out. When I go on these visits, they tell you the first impression is everything, so a good first impression could lead to a lot of good things in the next couple of years.”

A Return to USC for No. 32 Overall Prospect

Seaton, who first visited USC last April 23, is the No. 32 overall prospect and No. 1 interior offensive lineman in the 2024 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 2 player in Washington D.C. 

Before the dead period on February 1, the 6-foot-5, 295-pound recruit made two trips. They were to Virginia Tech (Jan. 27) and Georgia (Jan. 28).