Both Scott and Brad Morgan are solid players on the offensive line who will be apart of the deep and talented offensive line position in the fall. Scott and Brad Morgan are twins on the Offensive Line while their brother Matthew is a true freshman who is also listed on the offensive line.
What they did in 2017:
Scott Morgan played in three games Jacksonville State, Pitt and North Carolina but was limited by an upper-body injury. Brad Morgan played in four games Tennessee, Jacksonville State, Clemson, and Virginia. A back injury cost Brad most of his season.
Of the two Brad Morgan has the most experience, appearing in thirteen games in 2016 and will be the first man up for the guard position this season and be one of the candidates to replace Will Bryan in 2019.
Scott Morgan was named scout team player of the year in 2015 on the defensive side of the ball before moving to the offensive line in 2017. He will have an opportunity to solidify the backup center position in camp.
What to expect in 2018:
Both men have an opportunity to solidify themselves in backup positions for the fall and potentially be starters moving into 2019.
The experience that each of them has at the offensive line position will make them valuable assets for the position going into the fall. The depth at the offensive line surely bodes well for the offense as a unit and will likely translate to more holes for KirVonte Benson to run through and better blocks for Marshall and the A-Backs.
Both brothers will have something to prove this season and beyond for the Jackets and will likely see their fair share of playing time in the rotation which is nothing but good for the offense to keep the starters fresh.