Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Football: Haverford's Morgan to Penn

Haverford School placekicker Aron Morgan has orally committed to play at Penn.

Football: Haverford's Morgan to Penn

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Haverford School's Aron Morgan, with 23 career field goals, has orally committed to play at Penn. (Lou Rabito/Inquirer Staff)

Haverford School placekicker Aron Morgan has orally committed to play at Penn.

"I think it offers the perfect combination of academics and athletics," the 6-foot, 180-pound senior said. "Their athletic facilities are second to none."

In 10 games this season, Morgan has drilled eight field goals, including a 48-yarder in a 20-14 win over Inter-Ac league rival Germantown Academy. He has 23 career field goals.

Morgan, of Bryn Mawr, plans to study at Penn's Wharton School of Business. He said Cornell was the runner-up for his services. Harvard, Princeton, and Virginia were also in the mix.

Earlier this fall, Al Bagnoli and the Quakers landed Episcopal Academy's Adam Strouss, a senior quarterback and defensive back.

- Rick O'Brien

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