Antonio Morrison, a Bolingbrook Raider linebacker, has spent much of his career punishing opposing offenses.
Now, it appears he’ll get the chance to take his talents to the next level. And by the looks of things, he’ll be doing it on a grand stage.
Already fielding offers from Illinois, Minnesota, Vanderbilt and Illinois, Morrison recently snagged an offer from Oregon, according to a report. And according to a Twitter post from Scout.com's Allen Trieu, Morrison grabbed an offer from Tennessee on Wednesday.
Oregon played in the national championship last season, falling 22-19 to Auburn.
"It feels pretty good to get an offer from Oregon," Morrison told the Chicago Tribune. "They played in the national championship game last year and they are a national power program every year. I also love the uniforms at Oregon. I've never been to Oregon but I'm definitely going to get out to visit the schools sometime this summer.
"It just seems to get harder and harder each week now, and when a school like Oregon offers it just changes everything."
Morrison and the Bolingbrook Raiders finished last season with a 5-5 record before losing 55-27 to Mount Carmel in the second round of the Class 8A IHSA football playoffs.