According to Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports, Hurd is set to take a visit to Baylor this weekend. The former Tennessee running back has also taken visits to Ohio State, Cal and Louisville.
Hurd did not opt to join the NFL Draft and will have to sit one season to play one season wherever he ends up. Hurd ran for 451 yards in seven games last season and scored three touchdowns.
There has been talk that Hurd is open to the possibility of moving to wide receiver or tight end wherever he ends, in part because of his 6-foot-4, 240 pound frame. Baylor brought in former Temple coach Matt Rhule to become the school’s full-time head coach.