He already took an official visit to North Carolina on Sept. 20. "I like the campus a lot," he said. "Coach Butch Davis has really turned things around. They are doing great and have a great season.
"The coaches there are very disciplined and know how to win," Hadley said. "They have NFL experience and are just great coaches."
Hadley has a trip scheduled to Michigan on Nov. 15, but isn't sure he'll make it. "I'm not sure if I'm gonna go because of our playoffs," he said.
Despite the Wolverines struggles this season, Hadley says that hasn't hurt them in his eyes. "They don't have a full-built program yet," he said. "They are working hard to recruit better players and get things going."
The team that has impressed Hadley the most so far this season is Florida. "They don't like to lose," he said. "Since they lost that game to Ole Miss they've been putting 50 points or more on everybody. They are dominating right now and are definitely one of the best one-loss teams left."
While the Gators have impressed Hadley, the Georgia Bulldogs have surprised him. "The SEC is a tough conference," he said. "It's tough to get through the SEC undefeated and Georgia ran into some teams that were on fire.
"I still like Georgia," Hadley said. "They are a pretty consistent team and are well coached. They play hard and have a lot of team unity."
Two schools that are no longer on Hadley's list are USC and Auburn. "They've backed off," he said. "I'm not being recruited by them anymore."
Hadley says he's in no rush to make a decision. "I really don't know what I'm going to do," he said. "I just want to take my visits and see."
He reports a 2.6 core GPA and a 18 ACT.