"It was real good," wide receiver Dajuan Morgan said when asked about his official visit to Ohio State. "I loved it."
"I liked the facilities, the players. I liked how the players bonded. I blended right in with them."
"The game was real cool. The 'shoe' is great. I liked the crowd. I loved everything."
"The coaches asked me if I was ready to commit. I told them I was supposed to visit North Carolina State Dec. 5. But when I got home and talked to my mom and told her about Ohio State, she said I didn't have to take her to the North Carolina State visit."
"I'm going to commit to Ohio State when I talk to (Ohio State) coach Conley. I'll probably be talking to him tonight."
The 6-foot-1 and 190 pound Morgan, from Riviera Beach (Fla.) Suncoast, missed his entire senior season after dislocating his hip in a car accident. Morgan played quarterback his junior year and passed for over 1000 yards and rushed for another 600.
Morgan said in addition to Ohio State, North Carolina State, Oklahoma, Florida, and Tennessee had also offered a scholarship.