After hearing talk that he has come to have a top two schools in mind, Brooklyn Erasmus Hall's Wayne Morgan was ready to clarify that decisively.
"No, I'm not down to two schools."
Michigan isn't the only school aggressively pursuing the 5'11 safety. He says the Wolverines are joined atop his leaderboard by Rutgers and Connecticut, both of which have also been in hot pursuit.
Still, the Michigan coaching staff has definitely made an impression on Morgan, who visited U-M for its March 26 Junior Day.
"I really like the coaching staff at Michigan. The facilities and academics at Michigan are second to none as well."
Despite such positive factors working in Michigan's favor, he is not ready to annoint them as the winner.
"I haven't narrowed things down yet, and really won't be ready to make a decision until I feel comfortable."
Morgan lists several important factors in his decision.
"I'm looking for a school with great academics, and a comfort level. My family being able to watch me play will be an important factor as well."
GoBlueWolverine will continue to have the latest on where Morgan's recruitment goes from here.
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