Tampa (Fla.) King wide receiver Chris Murray hit the road for an official visit this past weekend, traveling to Ohio to watch the Bobcats dominate Marshall. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound wide receiver was impressed with his time around Frank Solich's program.
"My official to Ohio was great," Murray said. "I loved everything about the school."
Ohio's offense lit up Marshall amassing more than 500 total offensive yards, including nearly 300 yards through the air. The dominating 44-7 victory impressed the Central Florida prospect.
"Their football playing is great," Murray said. "There was a lot of things that stood out from the atmosphere, from the players in the locker room, and also the coaches."
During the visit, Murray had an opportunity to speak at length with a number of coaches on the staff. He was impressed by what the Bobcats' staff had to say.
"The coaches were great and fun to hang around and be with," Murray said.
Murray, who was accompanied on the visit by his teammate and quarterback Greg Windham says he feels Ohio may be the right place for him.
"I really feel like this is the right fit but no I didn't commit," Murray said.
At this time, Murray has no other official visits planned. He also holds offers from Bethune-Cookman, Georgia Southern, Illinois, Iowa State, Kansas, Washington State, and Western Kentucky.
On the season, Murray has 18 receptions for 414 yards and four touchdowns.