With college coaches searching for new big men prospects, Morgan, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound power forward, certainly ramped up his play and impressed the schools in attendance.
Among the things that stood out about Morgan's game were his mobility, athleticism and energy. Morgan, who runs with MOKAN Elite, was particularly active on the glass and contested shots.
"I have to be [active] especially in this league," Morgan said. "If you aren't active you're going to be on somebody's highlight tape."
"I think when I get going I can bring boards, defense, which is a big thing, and just energy," Morgan added about this game.
Heading into the weekend Morgan had scholarship offers from Missouri State and the old staff at Tulsa.
"It's been going good so far," Morgan said about his recruitment. "I've had a lot of schools contact me between high major and low major. I'm just enjoying the process right now and keeping my options open."
Since the EYBL session this past weekend, Morgan has added scholarship offers from Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. Harvard, who has already done an in-home visit, Creighton, Arkansas, Stanford and Wichita State are also showing strong interest.
Morgan has taken unofficial visits to Kansas and Wichita State.