Morgan could hit a pitched ball at two and a half. He started pitching at about 5 because he could throw hard and was very accurate. He started playing YYAA Travel ball at age 8 in 2006, and again in 2007, both terrific years. He moved onto the national level in 2008, traveling all around the country and winding up in the Cal Ripken World Series that year. He continued traveling for the next several summers, playing in front of scouts, both college and pro continuously and against the toughest competition in the U.S. Some of the stops included the USSSA World Series at Disney World and the Connie Mack World Series in New Mexico.
In 2010 he entered Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, which had been emphatically recommended to Morgan by both Arlene Virga and Tony Carbone of the YYAA. He is completing his senior year now and anxiously anticipating the baseball season, during which Poly hopes to win its 4th consecutive NYSAIS State Championship as well as its 9th straight Ivy League Title. Morgan was actively recruited by schools such as Brown, Cornell, Stanford, Boston College, Dartmouth, Wake Forest, Holy Cross, et al. He is excitedly looking forward to entering Brown University in the fall where he will continue his baseball career. We thank YYAA for a great start to what has been a great baseball experience.