"He said that they are taking two receivers from my class," Morgan said. "He said he wants me to come visit sometime in the spring and that they are evaluating receivers this week and next."
Frost told Morgan that he wanted to keep in contact with him after viewing his film. Morgan prides himself as a chemistry guy and someone who can gel with anyone on the gridiron.
"I'm able to get along with whatever quarterback and receivers I play with," Morgan said. "We'll go to seven-on-seven's in California and I'll go and synchronize with whoever I'm with for some reason. You can't really see that on film, but I'm a team player."
Morgan said that he's working with his Southridge teammates to boost his overall performance. He is striving to build on his lone offer.
"Working with my teammates…that's the only reason I'm getting where I am and where I'm at right now," Morgan said. "I'm happy with an offer, but I want to keep getting better and my teammates help me do that. We push each other…you can't do everything by yourself."
Morgan also pushes himself by working out with other top Oregon prospects like Joey Alfieri and Henry Mondeau of Jesuit High School and A.J. Hotchkins of Tigard High School. With no plans of slowing down, Morgan has a busy spring ahead of him and he plans on attending several camps around the country.
Amongst those camps, Morgan also plans on taking a few unofficial visits.
Heading into his senior season, Morgan said that he has a few goals set, the biggest of which is playing in the U.S. Army All-American Game. But, he ultimately wants to win a state championship.
"You don't think about speed, you don't think about (how big you are), you just think about working hard and what ever coach tells us to do, I'm just doing that as hard as I can. Hopefully that's making us better," Morgan said of going after a title.
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