What was the visit like?
"It went great. We had fun. We got to meet a lot of players and look at what the school had to offer academically."
Who did you hang with?
"With my brother. Nate Jones was our host. He was a cool guy. We also hung out with Amir Pinnex and a couple of the Florida kids."
What are your feelings on Rutgers now?
"They are at the top of my list right now and I have to sit down with my family and decide. I really got a chance to get a feel for the coaches for the first time. They were really straight with me. I really liked that. I didn't want into go to a situation where I didn't feel comfortable with the coaching staff but things really went well, I felt verycomfortable with them."
Did anyone else verbal or seem likely to verbal?
"I am sure that there were a couple who might but I am not sure off hand. I probably will wait to make a decision in the next couple of weeks. My brother and I will probably both sit down with our family and talk it over."
Bilal Morris is 5-7, 140 with a blistering 4.3 in the forty. He plays WR and CB. As a junior Bilal had 14 catches and averaged almost 16 yards per catch. He had three interceptions on defense and averaged 31 yards per punt return. Bilal runs a 10.6 100. He was state champ in the long jump and state champ in the 100 meter and the 200 meter in New Jersey Prep A State Championships. Bilal was also All State in football as a defensive back. A friend of Rutgers recruit, Orlando Kane, Bilal has competed with Orlando on the track circuit.
"This year, I made first team on both defense and on offense All Prep in either the Trentonian or the Trenton Times."
Mike Fasano: MikeFasano@comcast.net