Tim Morovick (San Jacinto, Calif./Mount San Jacinto Community College) isn’t sure when he’ll give his commitment, but he’s got a few schools in mind.
As the mid-term signing period nears, Southwest Oklahoma State and Central Connecticut State could find themselves in a battle for the junior college quarterback.
Southwest Oklahoma State has an offer into Morovick and an official visit scheduled this weekend. Central Connecticut has a ton of interest in the pocket passer.
“I’ll have to see when I get back from Southwest Oklahoma and what I hear back from Central Connecticut,” Morovick said. “I would really like to hear from Central Connecticut, but if I don’t hear from them, I’ll most likely go to Southwest Oklahoma.
“They run a spread offense. They pass the ball a million times, which is definitely fun for a quarterback. I have played in pro style and spread offenses before. I don’t know right now where I stand. It all depends on what happens this weekend and what I hear from other schools.”
What a school will get in Morovick is a proven winner as his 2,367 passing yards and 18 touchdowns this season are solid. Add five more scores on the ground and it’s not hard to see why Morovick is sought after.
“Wherever I go, I can fit the need, but I love the spread because I can sit back and can throw the ball all day,” Morovick said. “Whoever gets me is getting someone who is a competitor, someone who will step in and win. I have never won a ring before. I’m definitely hungry. My main focus is to come in and win.”