The most recent stop on Dormady's tour took place just a couple of days ago as he and his family made the drive north to check out TCU. The Horned Frogs have started to pick up interest in the 6-foot-4, 210-pound signal caller.
Dormady said he liked his trip to TCU and enjoyed meeting head coach Gary Patterson.
"It was good," Dormady said of his TCU visit. "I like Coach P (Patterson), he's a good guy."
While on the visit, Dormady got an up close look at the new Frogs high-octane offense. Dormady was impressed with the display from the offense and predicts a positive outcome for that side of the ball this season.
"I like it a lot," he said of the Frogs new offense. "They're going to be good."
Dormady has already built a strong relationship with TCU quarterbacks coach Sonny Cumbie and the coach is expected to make a trip to Boerne to watch Dormady this spring.
"Coach Cumbie said he was very excited to come see me," he said.
As a sophomore Dormady passed for over 3,000 yards and 27 touchdowns. An injury in baseball forced him to miss the entire 2013 season on the gridiron which has slowed his recruitment somewhat. He's still waiting on his first offer which he hopes to receive this spring.
"No one has said anything about offering," Dormady said.
Up next for Dormady is a trip to Texas later this week. He's also visiting another Texas program that has started to show recent interest.
"I'm going on Thursday and then to Houston on Friday," he said. "I'm going to be going back to Texas as much as I can."