Mount Dora (Fla.) athlete Vegas Harley hit the road for an official visit this weekend to check out the Memphis Tigers.
"It was fun," Harley said. "I had a lot of fun there. Everybody was real nice.
"I liked the city," Harley added. "There is a bunch of stuff to do."
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While on the visit, Harley had an opportunity to sit down and talk with the Memphis staff about how he fits in.
"The coaches said they are an open book," Harley said. "They said that you can come in and compete early on for a spot. The new coaching staff said that the freshman class has a real chance to make an impact depending on how they work when they get there."
"They are recruiting me as a quarterback," Harley added. "That is what I want to play. They are going to bring in a similar offense to what they had at TCU. They want to throw it a lot in their system."
While Harley had a good time on campus, he isn't ready to put an end to his recruitment.
"I didn't commit," Harley said.
A major reason for the hesitation is that Harley is still waiting to see if Arizona, who has been showing some interest, steps forth with an invitation to visit or an offer in the coming week.
"When I get home I am supposed to talk to my coach more about them," Harley said.
Harley, who previously visited Georgia Southern, says that no leader can be claimed at this point.
"I wouldn't say that anyone stands out right now," Harley said. "They each have their own strengths and weaknesses. I just have to sit down with my parents and figure out what I am going to do."
As for the final decision, it may not come in the next 72 hours.
"It just might go beyond signing day," Harley said.