It was going to be a quick decision for Rivals100 linebacker Michael Morgan. However, coming off his final official visit, it was a little too quick to make that pick on a local television station in the Dallas area so the four-star prospect just cut his list to three schools.
Now, the No. 10 rated player in the Lone Star state has a decision to make, but it's up in the air as to exactly when that will happen. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Morgan had drawn numerous offers from all over the country, but with his list only including Florida State, Southern Cal, and Texas A&M, anything can happen.
"He was really planning on announcing, but then for some reason, he just announced he was narrowing it down," Skyline assistant coach Derick Roberson said. "In my opinion, he had a really good visit to Florida State, but he had to rush to a television station and didn't have a chance to sit down with his parents to talk about the trip or anything."
"Michael just needed more time."
Coach Roberson says that there is really not one school that Morgan appears to be leaning to at this point. Apparently, there are a lot of things going on in the head of the talented prospect.
"I think he's pretty even about it all," Roberson said. "A&M is the closest and the other two, Southern Cal and FSU have great tradition as winning programs. I think he's kind of torn to be honest."
As for when a decision will come, that's another subject that has not been settled on yet. Coach Roberson expects to find out something later on this afternoon.
"That's a good question, because I don't even know the answer to that one," Roberson said. "I thought he would make it Sunday, I heard from one college that he told them it would be at the last minute. I didn't get that impression from Michael, but I was hoping it would be sometime today."
"We're trying to figure all of that out right now."
Morgan took official visits to USC on Oct. 28, Oklahoma on Dec. 9, Texas A&M on Jan. 20, and Florida State on Jan. 27.