Five-Star UF Commitment Will Look Around

Over the summer, a five-star defensive back from Miami (Fla.) Killian gave an early verbal commitment to the Florida Gators, but now the 6-foot-0 and 180 pound standout will take a look around with some visits. What schools will get an official visit from him?

"I have decided yet but I'll most likely officially visit Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Florida and Tennessee," Demetrice Morley said. "I've been to Miami unofficially and there's a chance I could visit Florida State."

Despite looking around the Florida Gators are in a very good position with The No. 4 rated cornerback in the country. He attended camp in Gainesville over the summer and he's already been there this fall for a game when the Gators squared off against Kentucky.

"I have plans visiting Florida this week for the LSU game," he said. "I've also been to Miami since it's close to home. The Miami/Florida State game was close. I thought Florida State was going to win that game."

Speaking of Florida State, one would think that signing his former teammate in cornerback J.R. Bryant would help the Seminoles but it appears to put the Garnet & Gold in a disadvantage.

"Last year Florida State signed the best secondary class in the country and I want to play early," he said.

Morley has helped lead his to a 3-1 start with by returning a punt for 80-yards in a game and by having offensive coordinators thinking twice before throwing his way.

"I don't have any picks yet," he said. "Teams aren't throwing my direction."

Morley is keeping an eye on two former teammates of his in J.R. Bryant (Florida State) and Bobby Washington (North Carolina State).

"They both look real good so far," he said. "They were the real-deal in high school. "Bobby (Washington) got his first touchdown last weekend and I was very excited for him."

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