There was a big buzz going around
back during the May evaluation period that
The big 6-4, 300-pounder did not pull the trigger back then because he did not have an offer, and to this day he still does not have one, but all of that could change if things go his way in July.
"I talked to coach Monk (Todd Monken) the last week of school and we were talking about camp and making arrangements for it," Morgan told Tiger Rag. "I'll be going down there in July."
Morgan thought that LSU would be
extending an offer during the month of May when Les Miles and offensive line
coach Stacey Searels traveled to
"They saw me practice but it was only a little small practice," Morgan explained. "It was actually more like a walk through than a practice."
The big Texan said that he understands that LSU does not just extend offers to anyone and he knows what the coaches are looking for.
"They need to see me workout at camp to see how I am on the practice field before they offer," said Morgan. "They said there will be a lot of top prospects at that camp so they will be able to get a good look at me one-on-one. That is the thing with a school like LSU, they don't offer you if you do not deserve it."
Does he feel like he will earn an offer from the Tigers?
"I'm not sure if it would be at camp or during my season but I think they will," Morgan said.
If the Tigers do offer that will give Morgan nine offers but he feels that number could rise to as many as a dozen before summer's end.
Is LSU still one of his top teams?
"Most definitely," he said. "I don't have a top five but if I did they would be in it."