Morgan: Can't Talk College FB without Mich.

With a huge game tonight against Dallas Carter, linebacker Mike Morgan of Dallas Skyline is thinking more about revenge for last years loss to the Cowboys than about recruiting. However, the four-star prospect took a moment to speak with about his college options, and the schools he will visit.

The regular season finale tonight between Dallas powerhouses Skyline and Carter is gearing up to be a little more exciting than last years 33-14 drubbing the Cowboys handed the Raiders. Skyline is riding a five-game winning streak coming into the game. "We're a lot better than we were last year," Skyline linebacker Mike Morgan said. "We brought a lot of guys back and we're ready for them."

While the big game is the main focus for the No. 26 linebacker in the country, according to, he took a moment Thursday evening to talk a little recruiting. With over 40 offers, the talented prospect has narrowed his list to five schools. He has already official visited one - USC. "I went to USC last weekend and had a great time, it was an exciting place" he said. "Everything about the school was really great, no one thing stood out. I've been out there before because my brother went to UCLA." Morgan added that he has no interest in the Bruins, however.

The remaining visits will be to Oklahoma, which is scheduled for Dec. 10, Michigan, Texas A&M, and Florida State. "I'm looking for a school with a good program, and where the coaches and players get along well with each other," he said. "I also want to get a good education. I was thinking about majoring in communications, but I'm not really decided right now."

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Morgan said he doesn't have a leader as he is waiting to see how things go with his visits. However, he did mention one school as a childhood favorite. "I've always liked Michigan," he said. "You can't talk about college football with out talking about Michigan. They have one of the greatest programs ever."

Morgan said he would take the rest of his visits after his season ends.

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