Jordan Diamond, College Football Recruiting: Offensive Lineman Has Made 2 Official Visits, Does Not Have A Leader

Offensive tackle prospect Jordan Diamond has made official visits to Ohio State and Auburn, and he also plans to visit Michigan, Arkansas and Wisconsin ahead of national signing day 2012. When asked which school he might be favoring at this point, Diamond did not tip his hand:

"Everybody is even," Diamond said. "I'm just planning it out and taking all my officials. I don't really want to rate a school; that's not my style. Everybody is even until I make a decision."

The Simeon High School product is rated as the sixth best prospect in the state of Illinois by Rivals.com. With his final visit set for Jan. 27, it should be a while before Diamond makes his college choice. Signing day is Feb. 1, 2012.

For updates on recruiting, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more on the biggest recruiting stories of the year, keep track of SB Nation's college football recruiting section.

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