Morrow favors two teams

Jamal Morrow has offers from Washington State, Utah and Northern Arizona and the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage running back is still torn between two programs and probably will wait to make a decision.
The 5-foot-8, 180-pound prospect said at the Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select last weekend at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian that he's interested in those two schools that have offered and wants to see how things go this season.
"Since I heard Mike Leach is coaching at Washington State it gives them kind of an edge because I know what he's done in recent years," Morrow said.

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"I know what Utah has done and I'm impressed by that program so right now it's a toss up in the air."
Washington, UNLV, San Diego State and Fresno State are also showing interest in Morrow, who has played running back, quarterback, defensive back and on special teams throughout his high school career.
Morrow, who looked good at running back during the Rivals.com Showcase, said he's still open to all programs and wants to land more offers but that it's really a two-team race between Utah and Washington State because those programs have offered.
He still plans to take his time.
"Right now it's between Washington State and Utah and as the season goes on I'm going to wait, see what happens and make a decision," Morrow said.