Christian Morgan decommits from Florida State Seminoles, eyeing Ole Miss

Bud Elliott

FSU loses a talented tight end recruit, but the loss was not unexpected.

Christian Morgan, a talented tight end recruit, decommitted from the Florida State Seminoles Thursday morning via Twitter.

The move does not come as a surprise.

Despite initially saying that distance would not be a factor in his decision, Morgan began to have doubts about playing as far away from his Plano, Texas home.

Morgan has made multiple recruiting trips to other schools since his commitment to the Seminoles. In particular, he is quite fond of Ole Miss, taking a trip to Oxford a few weeks ago and planning to make another trip to see the Rebels this weekend as they host Texas A&M.

Morgan is the second decommitment in as many days for the Seminoles, as Wednesday night talented receiver Tony Stevens dropped FSU and declared that he was looking at Ohio State and Georgia.

For more on FSU football, visit Florida State blog Tomahawk Nation and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

For more on Rebels football, visit Ole Miss blog Red Cup Rebellion, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills.

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