Former Tennessee soccer player Wanya Morris has narrowed it down to three transfer points.

After two years with the Tennessee Football Program, Offensive Lineman Wanya Morris has announced which three teams he could switch to before the 2021 campaign.

The former five-star Starting with the 2019 recruitment cycle, the plan is to play the rest of his college ball west of the Mississippi. His three transfer finalists are the Oklahoma Sooners, the Texas A&M Aggies and the USC Trojans. After starting most of the last two seasons for the Vols, Morris will be an instant aid to whatever program he chooses.

Where will Wanya Morris move to in 2021?

247Sports has Texas A&M as favorites to land Morris, followed by Oklahoma in a distant second and USC in third. Regardless of where Morris moves, he’s hoping to join a team that battles for conference championships and comes to the New Year’s Six Bowl games annually. He could certainly do that in Oklahoma while Texas A&M and USC are less safe.

Since Texas A&M is in the SEC, playing in the opposite division of Tennessee, this makes the most sense where it could end up. Although the Aggies have never played in Atlanta, they were one of the top 5 teams throughout the 2020 college football season. Jimbo Fisher did a remarkable job in three years at College Station. If he lands Morris this winter, it will be good for him.

Let’s keep an eye on where Morris is bringing his five-star talent into this off-season.

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