Morgan takes his time

New Orleans (La.) St. Augustine Rivals250 wide receiver Stanley Morgan has picked up scholarship offers from across the country at this early point in the recruiting process.
LSU, Ohio State, Georgia, Tennessee, and Ole Miss are just a sampling of the offers placed on the table, and who can blame them after watching the 6-foot-1, 180-pound standout earn all-district, all-area, and all-state honors as a junior.
At the Rivals Camp Series stop in New Orleans Morgan mentioned the desire to visit USC, Notre Dame, Florida State, and Alabama, but he has not had the opportunity to schedule any of those visits at this time. However, he does have a plan.
"Not yet, I was waiting until the summer time to set all the stuff up," Morgan said.
Morgan has not visited any programs since his stop at the Rivals Camp Series in New Orleans, and quite frankly he has not thought much about the recruiting process since then.
"No, I haven't been talking to my coach about it lately," Morgan said. "I've just been focusing on school and track."
While he has not been thinking much about the process, he does have an idea about what he is looking for in a future program.
"I would like a passing school. I would love to go to a passing school that runs a spread," Morgan said. "Well, of course school work first, so they have to have a good academic program. As far as coaches, most coaches are all the same, but I have to find where I feel at home."
There are also a couple of programs who have been recruiting him harder than the others.
"It would have to be Michigan State and Florida," Morgan said. "I've been talking to the tight end coach at Florida a lot. We have the same barber. The (Michigan State) coach has just been calling me trying to get my transcripts so I can come up there and get a visit."