Junior defensive end Connor Morehart of Shillington (Pa.) Governor Mifflin has taken a very aggressive approach to his recruiting process recently. Morehart has already taken several visits this fall and will continue his busy schedule as he makes it a point to check out as many schools as possible.
Morehart's most recent visit was to Rutgers, which was his second opportunity to check out the Scarlet Knights.
"It went really well," he said. "I was impressed with the talk I had with some of the players and seeing them win again."
Morehart, 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds, explained why he decided to return for another visit.
"Just the overall environment, but I really like all of the facilities and watching them be dominant up front on the line," he said. "I'm planning an unofficial overnight visit after my season is over."
Rutgers, who has already offered Morehart, will not be the only school that will get a return visit.
"I'm going to go back to West Virginia, Penn State and Rutgers, and I'm going to see the University of Miami, hopefully after my season," he said.
Morehart claims that Rutgers and Penn State are recruiting him the hardest, but that he has also begun to receive new interest from schools like Mississippi State, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, Temple, UCLA, Maryland, and Miami.
On the field, Morehart is happy with how his season has progressed.
"I had four tackles in my first game, nine in my second, 11 in my third, then seven tackles and a sack, six tackles and two sacks and last Friday I had four," he said. "I'm really improving on the offensive line too, since this is my first year playing it."