Raymar Morgan, the 6-foot-7, 210-pound small forward from McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio., has recently seen a change take place in his recruitment. A number of new high major programs have started to show an increased interest in the No. 111 ranked player in the class of 2006. Several coaches' have already been by to watch Morgan practice during an open gym session.
"Ohio State, Michigan State, Syracuse, Connecticut, Miami-FL, Michigan and Cincinnati are the schools that I like the most," Morgan said. "I also have some interest in Clemson, Illinois and NC State. Coaches' from Cincinnati and Michigan State have already been by the gym to watch me practice this year."
After taking two unofficial visits to Michigan and Michigan State, the No. 28 small forward in the class intends to take all five official visits before making a final decision about his future.
While it's not yet known what schools Morgan will visit next fall, he did indicate that he plans to visit one school in particular.
"I have already taken unofficial visits to Michigan and Michigan State," Morgan said. "I really enjoyed my visit to both schools. I think that I will have a better idea about my future after I take some official visits. I will also have a better idea of where my recruitment stands once my junior year of basketball is complete.
"I do plan to take all five official visits," he added. "I don't have any favorites right now and I am really wide-open. Connecticut is a school that I will probably visit, but I don't know what other schools I will visit after that."
Morgan has guided McKinley High School to a 4-0 start this year. He is averaging 21.5 points per game during those four games.