"They told me they are going to recruit me hard for the 2014 class, and to keep working on getting better. I want to focus on my footwork, personally," Morehart said.
The 6-foot-4, 265-pound lineman said he first heard from Penn State after John Butler and Ted Roof visited his school during the evaluation period. He is learning about the Nittany Lions still, but knows a few things already.
"The coaches and staff are great, and the tradition at Penn State is great," Morehart said. "They also have a really good academic staff and facilities, and that stuff is important to me. I would love to learn more on my next trip, too."
As for the interest from Penn State, Morehart said it came from a slew of coaches after camp Saturday.
"Coach Johnson said he loved my highlight tape, and coach Butler said to stay in touch," Morehart said.
While those words carried weight, he said the next two coaches he spoke too were even more meaningful.
"Coach Ted Roof said he liked me in Penn State gear and would do what he could to see me wear it again, and then my family and I got to talk to Coach (Bill) O'Brien. "We were really impressed by him, and I loved the instruction I got from him in the one on ones. I would love to be coached by him."
He's unsure of what his plans are for the rest of the summer, but Morehart said he will be ready once August roles around and the high school season starts to do what he does best.
"My goal is to make the other offense look terrible every time I'm on the field," he said. "Even though I play both sides of the ball, I love playing defense most."