Jamal Morrow is almost ready to make his decision.
The Romoland (Calif.) Heritage running back has Utah and Washington State as his two favorites and Morrow said after taking official visits to both programs he will be ready to make his pledge.
"My parents and I have talked it over and after my officials I think it's going to be time to make my commitment," Morrow said.
"The coaches and I have been trying to schedule an official visit soon. Whenever I take my official visit I'll make my commitment then. I want to visit both schools."
Morrow, who rushed for 146 yards and one touchdown on nine carries in Heritage's season opener this past weekend, said he's leaning a certain way but is giving away no hints.
Taking trips to both schools again is important to Morrow, who took unofficial visits to Utah and Washington State this summer, even though the Romoland Heritage running back said he's definitely favoring one Pac-12 school over the other.
"It's still Washington State and Utah and I'm planning to make a decision within a couple weeks," Morrow said.
"I'm pretty convinced on where I'm going. I'll be making that decision pretty soon.
"If I just feel like it hits me one day and I want to make my commitment then I'll just make it. It's exciting knowing I'll be there for the next four years playing college football. It's a big deal."