Three-star running back Romar Morris out of Salisbury, N.C. is busy with visits. The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder is currently on the second of a handful of unofficial visits expected this summer. Where has he been and where is he still going?
"I went to North Carolina a couple days ago and I'm at Utah now," he said. "Utah is good. I toured the school and I've got camp on Tuesday. It's a real different environment.
"As for North Carolina, it was great. The coaches were really nice and Butch Davis worked me out individually at wide receiver. He told me he knew what I could do already at halfback and wanted to see me as a receiver. He liked my hands and the way I attacked the ball in the air."
More visits are coming up for the No. 18 prospect in the Tar Heel State.
"I may go to South Carolina and Clemson sometime soon," he said. "I might also go to Penn State."
According to Morris, four schools stick out at this time.
"I like Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia Tech," he stated. "Most of them are top schools and I like what I've seen of them so far. The coaches have been real nice."
One other big event is coming up for Morris, he is currently preparing for the SPARQ track national championships in Oregon in July.