"I can't wait to get out there," Morris said. "I loved my first visit and I'm really looking forward to spending the weekend there and seeing the game with SC. It should be a great atmosphere and a great game as well. It would be huge if UCLA can win this one and I definitely think they have a great shot."
Morris suffered a neck injury a few weeks ago but said he's recovery nicely.
"I'm not 100% yet but I'm getting better," Morris said. "It was kind of fluke thing, a teammate ran in to me and jarred my neck. I had to be taken off the field in a gurney and taken to the hospital so it was pretty scary but like I said, I'm doing better now so that's a good thing."
Morris said his commitment to UCLA remains solid but he plans to take a few more visits following this weekends' trip to Westwood.
"Georgia is one of the latest schools to offer me so I'm going to check them out. Right now, I'm just looking forward to seeing UCLA. I'm sure (offensive line) Coach (Adrian) Klemm is hoping this will be my last visit so we'll see how it goes and I know it's going to be a good time."