With the 2018 college football season already hurtling toward spring practice, top prospects in the class of 2019 suddenly have merely months to make their decisions. And plenty of elite programs have had their eyes fixed on four-star offensive tackle Wanya Morris of Loganville, Georgia.


Morris is the 40th best prospect in the 2019 class according to 247Sports. Anyone would love to sign him up, what with his being 6-5, 300 pounds with athleticism to spare. But as of Tuesday, Wanya has narrowed his college choice down to just two: Auburn and Tennessee.

​​Morris passed up offers from Florida State, Arkansas, Miami, Michigan and even Alabama in the process. 


Recruiting hype usually revolves around QBs and skill players in the early going, but it's rare to find an incoming high school senior with Morris' size. Offensive tackles with skill are a luxury, but a title contender can't afford to go without one.


Of course, Georgia fans weren't happy about the decision, especially with ​Kirby Smart sporting a top recruiting class next season:

Wherever Morris chooses to attend, he'll have the opportunity to be a staple on an offensive line for years to come.