A 6-foot-1, 180-pound wide receiver/safety from Emporia (KS) High, Jerel Morrow recently trimmed his list to three schools - Kansas State, Nebraska and Oklahoma State - citing their stability as one of the primary factors in his decision.
"They're established programs," he said. "They've been there for a while. Their staff hasn't moved around too much. But they're just great schools to play football at - they're powerhouses."
Now, Morrow will look to finish out another stellar track season during the next couple of weeks, before turning his attention to June and - hopefully - a trio of unofficial visits with his mother. She'll be a huge part of the process when it comes time to make a final decision, something he hopes to have done by the end of the summer.
"The recruitment process is getting kind of tiring," Morrow said. "But I need to actually sit down and assess which school would be the best fit for me."