Jamal Morrow is taking his first unofficial visit to Washington State next week and the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage running back is thrilled.
Washington State and Utah have offered Morrow, a 5-foot-8, 180-pound recruit who looked good recently at the Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
"I'm taking an unofficial to Washington State next Monday," Morrow said.
"I'm excited to get up there. I've never been to Washington before so I want to feel how the vibe is up there and everything. I'm really excited for the visit.
"I have been talking to them. I've been talking to coach (Eric) Morris and they've been telling me a whole lot about the campus and the school so I'm looking forward to getting up there."
Morrow said if things go incredibly well at Washington State he would strongly consider a commitment but he could also wait until his senior season to see which other programs get involved in his recruitment.
"If I like it I would probably make a commitment but I might just want to take my time and see what else happens," Morrow said.
The Romoland Heritage prospect said he also has a strong relationship with Utah cornerbacks coach Sharrieff Shah and that the Utes are definitely being considered in his recruitment as well.
Morrow added he's open to all programs and wants to see if others get in the mix as his recruitment continues.
"Right now it's pretty much those two - Utah and Washington State," Morrow said. "I think once the season starts it could get busier."