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Bryan Morgan

Position OL Height 6-3 Weight 250 40 speed 5.15 School Hoover Hometown Hoover, ALA Incoming Year 2006

Initially posted by NickSkin on 02/01/06 at 1:18 pm

Hoover H.S. is one of the best schools in the nation and one of its top players is Bryan Morgan.  Morgan projects as a guard or center in college and was an anchor for the Hoover High line this past season.   Morgan is an all-state lineman who had early offeres from Louisville UAB, Memphis, Navy and Duke and all the acadamies are after him.  Oregon, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Alabama, Auburn, Southern Miss, and Arkansas all were close to offering during the season but none came through.    Morgan was nominated and was a finalist for Alabama’s Mr. Football award.Morgan wanted to sign with Duke but he waited too long and the ACC school filled all its spots.Schools now interested in Morgan are Miami, Vanderbilt and Navy Morgan is considered a top 50 OL by fab50recruiting.comConsidered the #33 overall player in Alabama and the 7th best Offensive Lineman He’s fully qualified with a 3.8 GPA and has aspirations of being an eye surgeon 

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