Jamal Morrow recently took unofficial visits to the two schools that have offered - Utah and Washington State - and the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage running back has even more to think about moving forward.
Washington State had a lot for Morrow to like and he said the new coaching staff and the program's direction definitely impressed him.
"It was a beautiful campus," Morrow said. "I loved it up there. I had the whole college town scene and I saw the campus so it was a great visit.
"I loved how they brought in pretty much a whole new coaching staff and it's pretty much a new Washington State. They brought in the running backs coach from Nevada and he did a good job there. I love the new coaching staff."
Morrow, a 5-foot-8, 180-pound prospect who looked good at the Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select this summer, said he was especially impressed with the coaching staff on his trip to Utah.
He sees things running orderly there and has strong feelings about the Utes as well.
"It was great," Morrow said. "Both schools have their own separate kind of vibes. Coach (Kyle) Whittingham knows what he's doing up there and it's just great."
Because both schools are still in the running and Morrow is waiting for a few others - he said Oregon State is showing more interest - the Romoland Heritage standout does not want to make his decision yet.
Morrow is thinking about taking some visits during his senior season, waiting to see if other offers come in and then getting ready to make his choice.
"I still want to take my officials so whenever I have a chance I'll give the coaches a call and take an official and see how it is at the schools again," Morrow said.
"I want to wait until the middle of the season and see if anybody offers. If they don't then I can take my official visits and then make my decision."