Brooklyn (N.Y.) Erasmus Hall Campus cornerback Wayne Morgan still has a couple of weeks before his senior season begins, so he has a little time to think about recruiting before the season really gets going.
Morgan and his teammates from Erasmus Hall just finished up with camp recently and while preparation for the 2011 season still occupies a lot of their attention, there's a little more time.
Last month Morgan, a 5-foot-11, 188-pound cornerback, said he was planning to take official visits to Alabama, Miami and South Carolina. Has that changed?
"No, nothing has changed really," Morgan said early this week.
"I like Alabama because the (head) coach coaches the defensive backs," Morgan said. "Plus they put out great players.
"I like South Carolina because they're not that deep with DB's. They just need more.
"I really just want to visit Miami so I can take a look at the campus."
Morgan admits he has followed the recent news regarding the NCAA investigation at Miami. He said that has hurt the Hurricanes significantly.
That said, he's not ready to call Alabama and South Carolina his favorites.
"I really don't have a list," he said.
Morgan isn't sure when those three official visits will take place, nor is he sure where he will be going for those last two trips. The last time he spoke to coaches from schools recruiting him was two or three weeks ago.
This fall the Empire State prospect will be playing quarterback and safety for Erasmus Hall.