Coatesville, Pa., defensive end Derrick Morgan had planned to make a visit to Ohio State July 1.
"I cancelled it," Morgan said. "A lot of the coaching staff wasn't going to be there so I cancelled. (But) I'm definitely still looking at them."
Morgan still hopes to make it to Columbus.
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"We haven't talked about it yet, but as of now I plan to reschedule it," he said. "I don't know that much about Ohio State yet. That's why I want to get out there. They were one of my favorite teams growing up."
The 6-foot-4 and 260-pound Morgan has plenty of options.
"I still have about 20 (scholarship) offers," he said. "I haven't narrowed it down yet. I want to have a top five by the end of the summer. Right now I plan to take official visits."
Morgan has made a couple unofficial visits.
"I went to North Carolina State's camp," he said. "And I visited Pitt. I'm going to Boston College this weekend."
In addition to Boston College, Pitt, North Carolina State and Ohio State, some of the other schools Morgan has scholarship offers from include Michigan, Penn State, Miami and Syracuse.
Morgan registered 10 sacks during his junior season. Coatesville finished 8-3, but Morgan missed two games with a high ankle sprain.