Tennessee’s highest rated commit of the 2019 cycle made some news this week, essentially saying that he was going to entertain other schools and take a couple of visits this fall. Five-star tackle Wanya Morris is currently the anchor of the Vols’ class after committing in early May. He spoke with 247 Sports this week, giving an update on where things stand.
“I’m still pretty solid, because Tennessee is my school. I made that final choice,” Morris told 247 Sports.
“As a kid, Clemson has always been my dream school,” Morris said. “So that really plays a factor right there, you know? They text me everyday.” Morris said “maybe” when asked if he would take an official visit to Clemson.
Morris said that Auburn was probably second on his list still, but Clemson is very close. He plans on visiting Auburn this fall, perhaps even during the Tennessee game. “It’s definitely gonna be hectic, you know? I know I’m gonna hear a lot of jabber in the ear, definitely while I’m down there.”
How hard will it be for a school to flip Wanya? “It’s gonna be pretty hard. Once me and my mom make our mind up, it’s pretty hard to flip it.”
Morris also confirmed that he will sign in December, but will not be an early enrollee.
Since committing to Tennessee, Morris has risen in the national rankings. He is now the No. 1 ranked tackle in the country and the 7th ranked player overall in the 2019 class, according to 247 Sports.