When Jordan Harvey was going through the recruiting process, she had one goal in mind - finish it.The Weatherford senior volleyball player accomplished that goal by signing a Letter of Intent Thursday to play at Williams Baptist College in Arkansas."I started the [recruiting process] my junior year and it took forever," she said. "It was grueling."The 5-foot-5 setter said there was "a lot" of communication with coaches and a lot of rejection, mostly because of her height."You just kind-of have to go through a lot and there were points where I wanted to give up because it was so hard," she admitted.But that changed, Harvey said, at a regional tournament last year."I got an e-mail from a recruiting website saying I got bookmarked," she said. "It was my first bookmark and [WBC head coach Eric Newell] e-mailed me and I went out a few weeks later and I loved the campus and the coach."Over the Christmas break, Harvey said after a second visit to the campus that she received an offer from Newell and took it.Harvey said her desire to play volleyball at the collegiate level started in the 5th grade."It's just always been my goal and now it's happening," she said.Not having a particular school in mind helped Harvey pick a place where she felt comfortable and also could best use her abilities."If I benefited them as much as they benefited me, I decided that's where I should go," she said.Harvey said she plans to major in biology, because she's always wanted to be a veterinarian."I always felt really bad for the animals that have been abandoned or abused and I wanted to be that person who could help out and make a difference in their lives," she said. "They don't have a mouth to speak their pain."Though the college is in Arkansas, Harvey said it's close enough to her family that she won't feel isolated and can visit more often."I was OK with going [there] especially when I saw where the location of the school was," she said.