A 6'5, 250-lb defensive end, Oshkosh North's Grant Morgan recently earned his first two scholarship offers, but neither was for the position he currently plays.
"Central Michigan was my first offer, and I got offered Sunday by North Dakota State. Central Michigan wants me for offensive line and North Dakota State offered me for defensive tackle. I've never played guard before, but Central offered me for that."
Morgan doesn't mind though. He'll play wherever these schools want him, as long as he's able to fulfill a long time goal of his.
"It's been a dream of mine to be able to play Division-1 football since I was a little guy. I've been working hard at it my whole high school career so far. I've been pursuing that goal and it was really surreal to hear it. It hits you pretty hard. It can be pretty emotional because you invest so much time and effort into it."
So far, Morgan has camped at Central Michigan, NDSU, where he earned defensive line MVP, and Southern Illinois. He does not have any other camps planned at this time, but was not closed off to the idea of more.
When asked if he has heard from the home state Badgers, Morgan said, "I have not. I've kind of flown under the radar a little bit."
Now with two offers and a name that is getting out there more and more, Grant Morgan may not be under the radar for too much longer.