Camps have started for Morris

Norcross (Ga.) Wesleyan wide receiver Rodney Morris has a handful of offers. The 6-foot-3, 212-pounder is on the verge of more as he's starting to hit up camps.
"I have offers from Appalachian State, Western Kentucky and Charlotte," he said. "A couple other schools are close to offering, like Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi State, Arkansas State, NC State and North Carolina. Basically, they just want to see me run around at camp. That's all they want to see. They tell me I look good on film."
Camps have actually already begun for Morris.
"I went to Wake Forest on Saturday and Vanderbilt on Sunday," he said.
"I have Maryland on tap along with Mississippi State, that's all that is set in stone right now."
Morris gave his thoughts on his experiences at Wake Forest and Vanderbilt.
"Wake Forest said they really like me along with a lot of other schools there like Elon, who is close to offering," he said. "Wake Forest said they'd call next week. I worked out a lot on defense at outside linebacker at Vanderbilt. They said they'd definitely be in touch."
Morris maintains no favorites.
"I don't really have a clear cut favorite right now," he said. "I've been to Maryland and I like that. Western Kentucky is good as well, but there is not a clear leader."
While has no leader, he does have a few ideas of what he will be looking for in his future school.
"First of all, I want a great education," said Morris. "That's the first thing. I want to be set up for 50-years after. I'm looking at the school environment and I want a school that takes football seriously."
On the field, Morris posted 38 receptions for 640-yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior as he earned honorable mention all-county, first team all-region and honorable mention all-state honors.