Source: It would surprise if Morgan flipped to USC
Jordan Morgan is a 2019 offensive tackle from Marana, Ariz. who made a commitment to Arizona in the summer. He made that pledge just days after being offered a scholarship from the Wildcats.
That commitment didn’t surprise anyone. Marana is located less than half a mile away from Tucson and Morgan just seemed set on playing Pac-12 football close to home.
But USC decided just weeks ago it was worth an effort to flip this 6-foot-5, 275-pounder away from the Wildcats.
Morgan picked up a scholarship offer from the Trojans in the middle of September. He also saw Clay Helton and Tim Drevno at his football game on Friday. The next day, USC beat the school Morgan is committed to.
USC247.com has been trying to contact Morgan for sometime but he doesn’t have a Twitter account or a cell phone. So we turned to some of our sources to ask what they thought of Morgan’s recruitment.
They don’t seem to confident in USC’s chances to sign Morgan.
“He seemed so nonchalant about the (USC) offer when I talked to him, I think it would be pretty surprising,” the source told USC247.com. “He strikes me as one of those rare kids that doesn’t feel the desire to leave Tucson. Usually the really good kids can’t wait to leave. It wouldn’t be that huge of a shock but it would be pretty surprising. I’ll bet he takes a visit (to USC) at some point.”