Morgan had a solid junior season playing tailback, wide receiver, safety and special teams for North Lenior. He rushed for nearly 700 yards in limited reps, but athletically he projects as a wide receiver or safety on the next level.
"That's what the colleges are telling me," said Morgan. "They want me to play wide receiver or safety for them.
"I had a good year, but I think we're going to be better this season. We have 22 guys coming back... we were a young team so I think we have a chance to be real good."
Morgan burst on the scene at the South Central Shrine Bowl combine a couple of months ago when he ripped off a 4.38 40-yard dash. The 6-foot-2, 215-pounder has breakaway speed and plenty of physical upside.
He holds an offer from East Carolina, and two other in-state schools are extremely interested.
"Right now it's mainly [NC] State, [North] Carolina, and ECU," said Morgan. "I also have an offer from Western Carolina to go with my ECU offer.
"I've camped at State and Carolina so we're going to see what happens with them. I thought I did well at both, but I think they might want to see a couple of my senior games before offering."
Morgan stated he had a chance to spend time with the coaches at NC State, and he remains in contact with the Wolfpack coaching staff.
"State has nice facilities and a good campus," he said. "The coaches stood out to me. They are real friendly and cool to be around."
Morgan is in no hurry to make a decision and doesn't claim a leader at this time.
"I'll probably be deciding next year," he said. "I want to see who all offers me first, and I want to look at the positions... where I fit in. I'm also looking for a school strong with my major. I want to do something related to chemistry.
"I don't have a favorite. I like all three schools. It's hard to pick one."