While recruiting the state of Georgia this week, Wisconsin assistant coach Thomas Hammock recently made a stop at the Langston Hughes High School to check on Bingo Morton.
"Coach Hammock just told my coach that he liked what he saw on my film and that he was going to my practice to check me out," Morton told BadgerBlitz.com.
"I know about Wisconsin and I could see myself playing there. It was be a great school to get an offer from."
A 6-foot-2, 190-pound wide receiver, Morton has early scholarships from Old Dominion, Furman and Georgia State. He's also receiving interest from Georgia, Kentucky, Clemson, Louisville and Bowling Green, among others.
"I plan on visiting all those schools that are interested in me and the schools that I have offers from," Morton said. "I also want to get out to a couple more as I gain attention from other colleges."
Morton's first name is actually DeVaughn, but "Bingo" had a bit more appeal to the 2014 prospect.
"Bingo's actually my middle name," he said. "It's very catchy and easier to remember."