Morrow Back Home After Whirlwind Of Visits

Standout athlete Jerel Morrow from Emporia, Kan., was back home Thursday night after a whirlwind of visits as he and his family checked out his top three favorites this week.

"We were at Nebraska on Tuesday, Kansas State on Wednesday, and at Oklahoma State today," said the 6-1, 180-pound multi-talented wide receiver and cornerback in football and sprinter in track.

All the visits went well with each of them having certain factors that stood out. As far as how his visit went Thursday in Stillwater, Morrow had these comments.

"From the beginning they gave us all the information we needed to help make a decision," said Morrow. "They took us on a tour of everything and made us feel very much at home. Of course, at Oklahoma State the facilities are going to be very impressive. It is that making us feel at home that really stands out."

Morrow and his family including his mother, who has really enjoyed checking out all the schools, got to spend time with cornerbacks coach Jason Jones, defensive coordinator Bill Young, and plenty of time with head coach Mike Gundy.

Morrow said he will now start comparing each of the schools to determine which one would fit him the best.

"I'm not going to rush my decision and I will take my time," he said. "I would like to have a decision by the end of the summer and before football begins."

As a junior, Morrow had his season cut short after six games because of injury but he had 24 tackles with two interceptions on defense. On offense at receiver, he had 26 receptions for 638 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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