Tech Still After Morgan?

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Suncoast High School (Riviera Beach, FL) defensive back/wide receiver DaJuan Morgan was scheduled to make an official visit to Virginia Tech this weekend.

The visit is now off, as the Hokies have indicated they may not have room for the talented prospect.

“I’m not going to visit [Virginia Tech],” said Morgan. “They called me and told me that they already have two commitments from cornerbacks and that they had no more scholarships for me. They said that if anything falls through, they would let me know. I’ll have to see on that.”

With Virginia Tech no longer in the picture, Morgan mentioned his list now consists of Florida, NC State, Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. The home-state team is the leader.

“Florida’s my leader,” said Morgan. He has scheduled an official visit to NC State for December 6th and Ohio State for December 13th.

Morgan, who is recovering from a dislocated hip, will miss his entire senior season. He says he is 100% right now, but that he wants to get his leg stronger before playing again.

“The leg is doing well like before I had the accident,” said Morgan. “I’m taking the season off in order to get everything stronger for the future.”

Virginia Tech has received commitments from cornerbacks DJ Parker and Theodore Miller from this year’s class. Parker signed with Virginia Tech in 2003 and has recommitted to the program since enrolling at Hargrave Military Academy. Miller, a senior for HD Woodson (Washington, DC), verbally committed during the summer of 2003.

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