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Junior (2022)
Appeared in all 14 games … posted 31 total tackles, 12 solo stops, three tackles for loss, two quarterback hurries, an interception, one pass breakup and a blocked kick … registered five tackles and returned an interception 15 yards in the 52-24 victory against Texas Southern … also made five stops in the 51-7 rout of Louisiana Tech … logged four tackles, including a half-TFL, against No. 20 Texas … had four stops with one behind the line of scrimmage in the 41-7 road triumph over Rice … blocked a punt late in the fourth quarter that helped lead to the 31-27 comeback victory over North Texas.

Sophomore (2021)
Played in 10 contests … recorded 15 total tackles, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and a quarterback hurry … posted a season-high five stops to go along with a hurry in the 54-0 shutout of Lamar … made a pair of stops, including one behind the line of scrimmage, in the 27-13 victory over Middle Tennessee … had three tackles in the 45-0 blanking of Rice … caused a fumble and added one tackle in the 45-16 road triumph over Louisiana Tech … logged two stops in the 52-46 road win over WKU.

Freshman (2020)
Appeared in five games in his true freshman season … recorded his first career tackle in the 24-10 victory over SFA … also saw action in victories against Middle Tennessee, UTEP, Southern Miss and North Texas.

Prior to UTSA
All-district defensive end for head coach Craig Stump at Atascocita High School … garnered second-team all-district accolades as a senior … registered 77 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, six sacks and one forced fumble in 2019 … helped guide the Eagles to a 12-2 record, the District 22-6A title and the regional final round of the Class 6A Division I playoffs … leader on a defense that limited opponents to 15.6 points per game … helped Atascocita to 11 wins, the district title and an appearance in the area round of the playoffs as a junior in 2018 … also was a member of the track & field team.
Born Dec. 12, 2001, in Humble, Texas … son of Patrick and Kewanna Morris … has two brothers, Alex Morris and Aaron Sharp, and one sister, Ashlyn … mother played basketball and father played football at Oklahoma Panhandle State … brother, Alex, played safety at North Texas … brother, Aaron, played quarterback at Mary Hardin-Baylor … multidisciplinary studies major.