Morrow Says Visit Was 'Great'

Standout athlete Jerel Morrow of Emporia, Kan., was one of two of Oklahoma State's committed players to attend the homecoming win over Iowa State on Saturday. Morrow tells GoPokes.com that he enjoyed his early morning trip to Stillwater.

"It was great," said the 6-1, 180-pound likely cornerback at OSU. "After we checked in we went down to the sideline because we got there before the game started and then we went up in the stands and watched the game on the front row.

"After the game we went down to the locker room and I met a bunch of people. I talked to the corners. I forgot their names but they were good guys," said Morrow.

Morrow said he had contact before the game and after with his recruiting coach, Oklahoma State cornerbacks coach Jason Jones. He also said that he had a chance to speak to Mike Gundy on the field before the game.

Morrow said he would describe his play this season as "solid." He gave the indication that he hopes to turn his play up even more.

"I did block a punt two weeks ago and then last Friday I blocked a field goal," said Morrow.

Morrow is playing on offense and defense and, obviously, some special teams. Emporia is 7-1 overall and 5-1 in district play with a Friday game later this week with Valley Center.

Morrow gave every indication that he is happy with his commitment to Oklahoma State.


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