MASSILLON, Ohio -- Just as three-star wide receiver Tre'Von Morgan was blossoming as a Division-I recruit in Ohio, the three-star Massillon product suffered a broken collar bone at The Opening Regional in May, which prevented him from being able to work out at the various college camps this summer.

Morgan, 6-foot-6, 215-pounds, is a big target on the outside and he has the speed and hands to be a factor in the passing game. He is now cleared for contact, and will be on the field for Massillon going forward. He did not participate in Massillon's scrimmage with Avon Tuesday evening.

"I wasn't allowed to play the first scrimmage, but I will be back on the field this Saturday for our second scrimmage and I'm really looking forward to getting back out on the field," Morgan stated. "I'm a much better player now than I was last year, and I'm ready to go prove that."

"I've worked hard this off season on getting stronger and dropping my hips when I'm running," he added. "I'm also faster and will be better able to use my body in separating from defensive backs. I want to show the colleges that I'm 100% and that I'm good enough to play at the highest level."

With six offers, Morgan has put himself squarely on the recruiting radar and he is hoping that a big senior season will lead to even more offers. He is willing to wait before making his college choice.

"I like all six of the schools that have offered me, but really none of them are standing out over the others to me right now," Morgan explained. "A lot of schools are waiting to see my film from this year, since I wasn't able to go to camps this past summer."

There are several Power Five schools that are in the process of evaluating Morgan, and he is also hoping to hear from any new schools that notice his play.

"The one school showing me the most interest right now is Penn State, and they've been texting me all the time," he admitted. "They said they're going to be watching my first games to see how I look. Should they issue an offer I would probably commit right then and there."

"I have been there twice so far, and I'm looking forward to getting there for a game this season," he said. "I'm also hearing from Michigan State, Rutgers and Minnesota. These three are all looking at me this year."

"The goal for me is to be the best player and best teammate I can be this year, and I have a chip on my shoulder to go out and prove I belong in the Big Ten or one of the other top conferences," he noted.  "I'm going to wait as long as possible before committing, and I would be willing to play wide receiver or tight end."

Morgan is currently ranked as the No. 75 player in Ohio for 2019 by 247Sports, but that ranking could be adjusted higher as he is further evaluated this season.