For the second day in a row, the Pitt Panthers have gotten a player to flip their commitment to Rutgers.
Yesterday it was safety Phil Campbell and today it’s big offensive tackle Justin Morgan (Brooklyn (NY) Poly Prep).
Morgan (6-7, 335) made an official visit this weekend and after talking with his family, decided to make the flip.
Morgan was originally committed to Rutgers but that changed with the coaching change.
Morgan made this announcement on Twitter:
“I would like to thank the Rutgers family for everything they have done for me. But after speaking with my family for some time, we have decided as a whole that I will be de-committing from Rutgers University and will be committing to Pitt. #H2P #PANTHERS
Morgan’s visit to Pittsburgh wasn’t the first time he’s been in town. The offensive lineman attended the final game of the season vs. Miami and also made a trip in the summer.
Morgan becomes Pitt’s 3rd offensive lineman commitment (Brandon Ford and Zack Williams).