2008: Became one of Cal's most reliable targets ... his eight TD catches were the most ever for a Bear tight end (for a season) ... set the mark with a six-yard score vs. Washington ... recorded a touchdown catch in five straight games (Maryland-UCLA) ... had a breakout game against Michigan State, hauling in five catches for 93 yards and a TD, including a 50-yard completion down the sidelines from Nate Longshore ... equaled his career-high in catches with five for 49 yards and a touchdown at Maryland ... had 60 yards on three catches including a back-of-the-end zone grab at Arizona.
2007: Used his size and strength to haul in 13 catches for 155 yards in 12 games ... also added four starts at tight end to his resumé ... opened the season with three catches for 27 yards against Tennessee ... had a career-long 49-yard reception versus Arizona ... caught passes against Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, USC and Air Force ... hauled in his only touchdown reception of the season at Washington ... missed the Stanford game due to a knee injury.
2006: Saw action at tight end and on special teams in 10 games ... his lone catch of the year was a three-yard touchdown grab against Portland State.
High School: Named a PrepStar All-American at defensive end in high school ... named to the 2004 All-San Gabriel Valley first team by the Los Angeles Times ... led team to the Baseline League championship ... Rivals.com gave him a four-star (All-America) rating, ranking him as the No. 13 strong-side defensive end in the nation and the No. 28 overall player in the state of California ... SuperPrep's Scout.com service listed him the 60th-best overall player in the Far West Region ... possesses 4.6 speed at 40 yards.
Personal: Parents are Michael and Jill Morrah ... has an older brother, Eric, and a younger sister, Lauren ... brother completed his career with the Cal football team in 2007 ... majored in American studies.
Last Updated: May 1, 2009