While the Nebraska football team hosts Dylan Jordan for an official visit this weekend, the Kansas linebacker might be adding even more teams it wants to visit and consider. Rivals is reporting that the Florida State Seminoles are now in the picture, even if they haven't given the prospect an official offer just yet.

Nebraska football wrapping up their 2019 run

While the Cornhuskers are attempting to wrap up their 2019 recruiting class, they have to be wondering just what they have to do in order to lock down Dylan Jordan. There was a time when the Huskers were the only FBS school that had come calling.

Utah State was the only FBS school that had given him an offer at that point.

Jordan didn't sign with the Aggies during the December period. That appears to have been a sign for Scott Frost and company that it was time to move in for the kill. The problem is that once they moved in, so did a host of other Power 5 schools. Kansas and Kansas State were the first to join the fray, but they were hardly the last.

Auburn, Utah and TCU soon followed. The attention that Jordan was getting pushed the Jayhawks out of the picture. Now that it appears that Florida State is in the mix, the Nebraska football team is also attempting to make sure they are in the scene. It appears they are going to be trying to capitalize on the fact that they were one of the first to get in on the linebacker.

Dylan Jordan still getting calls

The defender has certainly benefitted from the attention that the Huskers have given him. When Nebraska decided to take a flyer on Jordan, he was an unranked player that didn't have a star to his name. Now that the Cornhuskers and other schools have been hard after him, he's started to surge up the rankings.

247Sports has even ranked the Pittsburg native as a 4-star. While he's only ranked as the 3-star among the composite rankings, it seems as though that rating could eventually become quite a bit higher. What will be interesting to see is what happens should he shut down his commitment on Monday like he says he's going to do.

The linebacker told the Journal Star that he still plans to call an end to the process after his official visit to Nebraska. The question is whether or not the Seminoles can get him to change his mind. At the moment he appears to have decided hew was going to be choosing his school sooner, rather than later. That could be very good news for the Nebraska football team. Now we sit back and see if Dylan Jordan is going to pull the trigger for the Huskers or whether they lost out on their diamond in the rough.