Posted On: 07/1/19 9:33 PM

Daytona Beach Mainland guard Jordan Sears is still looking for that elusive first offer.

Mainland coach Joe Giddens thinks it may be coming as early as next week.

"I've got some teams that are going to pull the trigger soon," Giddens said Sunday on the final day of the Florida High School Team Camp at DS Sportsplex in Deerfield Beach. "They told me they are going to pull the trigger and offer him."

The 5-foot-11 2020 guard has been hearing from Old Dominion, Bethune-Cookman, Embry-Riddle, Stetson and Wyoming to name a few. Sunday, Sears lit up Miramar for 21 points in a 63-59 victory over the Patriots.

Sears is the definition of a leader. He runs the team, can score, defends and takes charges.

"He knows what the coach thinks," Giddens said. "Prime example: I called time out sometimes during the game last year, he knew who was in foul trouble, how many fouls we needed, what player did what. He's one of those type of guys. He's smart.

"I think it's going to get even higher," Giddens added of the level of offers coming to Sears, "because he's on the No. 6 team in the country AAU, too. CP25.

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