Miami Killian cornerback Demetrice Morley is a soft Florida commitment, so when the college coaches found out that he was going to take other visits, that opened up the flood gates for them to begin to recruit him. The gates really came gushing open tonight – the first time that college coaches could call.
“I’ve only been home for a little while,” Morley said. “But so far I’ve talked to Ohio State, Michigan and N.C. State. I think I’ve got a Michigan visit set up. If we’re not in the playoffs still, then I’m going up there for a visit on the first weekend in December.”
Morley said he’s not heard yet from any of the Florida schools, but he knows the calls are coming soon, too.
“I’m all good with Florida still,” he said. “They know my situation, and I’ve talked to them all summer. I told them that I’m going to take my visits, so that’s what I’m doing.”
Morley was hoping to start his senior season off with a bang this weekend, but the rapidly approaching hurricane has wiped out his first game.
“We now open up against Palmetto,” Morley, who is 6-foot and 176 pounds, said. “It’s for the Cat Trophy. We’re the Killian Cougars and they’re the Palmetto Panthers. They snuck the trophy from us last year, and it’s time to get it back.”
Morley is ranked as the nation’s No. 7 cornerback and the No. 78 player overall.