Michigan State still awaiting arrival of key WR from 2019 recruiting class
Fall camp is underway in East Lansing, but the Spartans are still awaiting the arrival of one of their top prospects from the 2019 recruiting class.
Incoming Ohio receiver Tre’Von Morgan was not at practice on Thursday, according to Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press. The 6-foot-6, 215-pound Morgan still has to meet academic requirements before stepping on campus.
Head coach Mark Dantonio expects that day will come very soon.
Dantonio said Barnett worked in secondary this summer, but was at WR on offense because MSU is still awaiting the arrival of 6-foot-6 incoming freshman WR Tre'Von Morgan. Morgan is finishing up academic requirements, Dantonio said, and the Spartans expect him "very shortly." https://t.co/zUwTJwbTCU
— Chris Solari (@chrissolari) August 1, 2019
Morgan was one of the top players in Michigan State’s 2019 recruiting class. He’s the fifth-highest ranked prospect for the Spartans and brings excellent size and athleticism to the receiver position.
Per his 247Sports’ Composite rankings, Morgan was a top 500 player in the cycle and was the No. 56 receiver. He’s also a top 20 player out of Ohio.
The earlier he gets to campus, the better position the Spartans will be in at wide receiver.