"I like Memphis. DB is a position of concern for them, and I feel like I could play early and fit in well. I've also noticed how they've been going after Louisiana players the past couple of years."
Morgan now sits at two scholarship offers, as the UL Ragin' Cajuns were the first program to extend an offer. Which other schools are showing interest?
"SMU is showing a lot of interest," said Morgan. "Georgia Tech is my favorite, but SMU is creeping up there. They signed four players from Louisiana this year, and that makes them even more attractive. I know three of their 2011 signees well: James Richardson, Nyle Johnson, and Daren Kitchen.
"Coach (Jeff) Reinebold from SMU says he loves my physicality. They want to see me in person at their camp. My dad talked to Coach Jeff a couple of days ago. I like how he (Reinebold) seems very sincere. He's legit. He doesn't sugarcoat anything. He tells it like it is, and I respect that."
Last weekend, Morgan played on the star-studded "Louisiana Bootleggers" squad at the Badger 7-on-7. The team qualified for this summer's national tourney, and Morgan gave a brief recap.
"We hadn't really spent any time playing together before the tournament," he said. "Our defense was good from the beginning, and our offense started clicking on the second day.