Prestwood Christian Academy (Plano, TX)
Wt: 244 lbs
40: 4.7 secs
Rivals rating: 3*-5.6rr; #24 TE
Scout rating: 4*; #11 TE
ESPN rating: 3*-78 grade; #11 TE
247s rating: 3*-87 rating; #27 TE
Reported Offers: COLORADO, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, California, Florida State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Miami (FL), Mississippi, Missouri, SMU, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Vanderbilt, Washington
Everybody hates you, Everybody wishes that you were dead
Cuz Peter you suck, Peter you suck
Peter your music is ****ing terrible
Peter you suck, Peter you suck
Peter you don't do anything of value, Peter you suck
Write some music but instead you sit and write these bulls**t songs
It's so self loathing go see a psychiatrist
I hate the psychiatrist
Well go see one anyway
I don't like the psychiatrist
You need to go see one
See a psychiatrist
I'm not going
Here's a decent write up on Christian from Burnt Orange Nation.
Texas Longhorns Recruiting, Road Tripping with Bill: PCA's Christian Morganhttp://www.burntorangenation.com/201...pcas-christianScouting report:
Let me begin by saying that Morgan was battling a illness during the Nolan Catholic game. I'll respect his privacy and not divulge anything further. Basically, it's something that most athletes wouldn't want to play through. I respect his toughness battling through the illness and playing a majority of the defensive snaps for PCA. His team needed him and he answered the bell.
As with every private school recruit, level of competition is a concern. PCA played Celina earlier in the season and lost by one point. The Lions could beat many good Texas 3A teams and most average 4A teams. They went nose to nose with the Celina, a team likely to challenge for the 3A state title this year.
Strengths: Morgan's size jumps out at you. I talked with Morgan after the game, and his height and weight are legit. He's a very lean 240, there's plenty of room on his frame to pack on muscle. I think Morgan could easily play at 260 pounds at the next level. Morgan carries his weight well, and has good muscle development. He is a physical player who uses his leverage well, and is a smart, fundamentally sound player.
He moves well for his size, and gets upfield quickly. It's rare that players his size catch screens and quick slants. He's not a burner, but he can run away from linebackers, and his size causes match up problems against DBs. He is extremely well conditioned, and normally plays a majority of PCA's snaps on offense and defense.
Reported on the Scout boards recently that Kennedy stopped by Prestwood. Since it is looking like Morgan might grow out of the TE position (combined with having experience at OT), we may be trying to get him in the race by recruiting him as an OT or DE. Some ground to make up either way though.
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Flipped from Florida State to Ole Miss and enrolled in January.