So does Morgan have any favorites at this time?
"Miami, FSU, NC State and South Florida," he said. "I have a brother at NC State and another one at USF. Those two schools will definitely be two that I visit next fall."
Another school expected to draw Morgan's interest is Rutgers.
"I went to their camp last year in Palm Beach and have been invited back again this year. I liked their coaches, and they told me I ran one of the fastest times at their camp."
Morgan informed Scout.com that he ran a 4.5 at the Rutgers camp and felt he could do better this year. What did he get from the Rutgers camp?
"It was great for exposure, I was able to showcase my skills and learn some things to improve my game."
With one brother at USF and the other at NC State, Scout.com wanted to know if that will have an impact on his recruitment.
"It could have an impact on where I go to school, but I also want to make the best decision for myself," said Morgan.
Last year he made a name for himself after running a 4.38 40-yard dash at a local combine held in front of college scouts in Tampa, Florida. This year he felt he performed well at the NIKE camp.
"I felt I did well in the forty and shuttle. I could have done better in the bench press."
What position does Morgan want to play in college?
"I play running back and quarterback in high school but cornerback is where I want to play in the future. I feel I can make my biggest impact on the defensive side of the football."
This past year on the defensive side of the football Morgan had 25-30 solo tackles, one fumble recovery and three blocked punts.
Offers - None at this time.
Camps - Will attend Nike Camp in April and Rutgers camp in Florida.
Other schools showing the most interest include Boston College and Indiana.