Dont’a Hightower’s girlfriend Morgan Hart is on the fast track to wifedom. She’s young, has unique career pursuits, and she’s incredibly supportive and adaptive to whatever the big guy needs. I say throw a ring on’er and have her crank out out some youngin’s. That’s how these things usually go in the pro athlete world, after all.
Aside from being a supporting WAG, Dont’a Hightower’s girlfriend has her own career
Morgan refers to herself as a writer on her Twitter, and Instagram. But, her Instagram promotes a site called Marlee & Grey. Marlee & Grey sells fashion and accessories. Morgan appears to be a prominently featured model on the site. The site does a better job explaining what they are than what we could pull off.
We are an online clothing store committed to bringing women the most exclusive brands & latest trends in contemporary fashion. Our selections are carefully hand-picked to ensure that every customer, no matter her body type, will look and feel great in our clothes.Few things are more powerful than she who bravely stands on her own, and the role of empowering women to find that confidence is one we proudly embrace at Marlee + Grey.Our mission is to provide our customers with clothing that helps them to look and feel their best.
Because when a woman looks good, she feels good.
When she feels good, she feels confident.
… & when a woman feels confident, the game changes.
Prior to this, Morgan worked as a marketing intern. Marketing things is really tough. If I were working at a marketing firm, I’d probably bail out real fast and go looking for a job where I get to talk about Dont’a Hightower’s girlfriend Morgan Hart.
They have quite a history.
She’s known Mr. Hightower for quite some time, having shown a picture of the couple from 2009. My guess is she’s a high school or college sweetheart from his past. They both went to the Univsersity of Alabama, but they may have attended the same school to keep their thing going from high school. Dont’a is going to be making his home field girlfriend happy with a $7.7 million contract for four years.