"As I told (the family) I don't think there's any rush," ACD coach Rex Morgan said. "It's not like he's going to get shutout and not have a place to go."
Plus, Bennett isn't eligible to take an official visit until after he posts a standardized test score. Morgan said his star takes the ACT for the first time Sept. 24th.
It's no secret that Bennett had a soft spot in his heart for the Bearcats and now there's a void. "Everybody in the world is calling after he opened up after Cincinnati's situation," Morgan said. "He's trying to see if he's going to sign early or wait until the fall. If Huggins gets another job in March or April."
This is hard to believe, but only one school has actually done an in-home with him. Clemson was in his home on Sunday to make a presentation.
Morgan conceded that Clemson's presence was noted but Bennett remains open to looking around. "I think it says a little bit that (Clemson was) the only one that's been in but he sure didn't commit today."
"Right now we haven't set any official visits. If he's going to sign in November, I'd encourage him to take visits in October. If he's not going to sign I would encourage him to take his visits late."
At this point, there's no rush to take any visits and consequently, the best guess is that Jason Bennett turns into a spring signee.