"I'm getting a lot of mail," Morgan said. "It's hard, but fun at the same time. There's a lot of schools, and you don't know which one to choose."
Rutgers is a school Morgan knows plenty about. He camped there in June, and at the time told ScarletReport.com it was his sixth trip to the school. He planned to take in the game against North Carolina, but a last-minute scheduling change kept that from happening.
"I will get down there at some point this season," Morgan said.
But there is one school to correspond with Morgan that has really caught his eye.
"Alabama," he said. "They sent me a nice letter, a hand-written letter, and it was really nice. That was something I didn't expect."
Morgan doubles as Erasmus Hall's dual-threat quarterback, where he entered Saturday's 24-0 win against Kennedy with 275 rushing yards and three scores and 215 passing yards and two touchdowns.
He also had 13 tackles and an interception, but his numbers are down a bit after the coaching staff moved him from safety to cornerback to fill a hole in the defense.
However, schools are recruiting Morgan as a safety, and that is fine with him.
"I like safety better because I can be roaming around," Morgan said. "Corner I have to stay on the man and I can't run around."