One of the more coveted combo forwards in the nation Raymar Morgan just completed his first of three scheduled visits. Two more are on the horizon, but Morgan, 6-foot-7, 210-pounds from McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio, has yet to schedule a visit date with the fourth school on his list.
"I really liked the chemistry of the Michigan team and the atmosphere of the school," said Morgan, the No. 48 ranked prospect in the Rivals150. "I also had a great time at the football game."
Morgan is slated to visit Ohio State this weekend and then Connecticut the following weekend. Michigan State is also on his final school list. Morgan indicated that he would like to visit the Spartans, but he also would like to come to a decision by the end of September. If he does squeeze a visit in at the end of the month, he would have to move back his timetable.
In regards to who is at the top of his list, Morgan said there is no leader amongst the four at this time.
Morgan, who averaged 22 points and 12 rebounds per game as a junior, is an athletic and versatile forward. He is effective in transition, can post up and rebound and can is also a threat facing the basket on the wing. Defensively, he has the tenacity, wing span and lateral quickness to be a stopper.