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Jordan Morgan
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Jordan Morgan 1250262
Position: Safety
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Chandler, AZ
High School: Blue Ridge HS/Valley Christian HS
Experience: Redshirt

Morgan spent one-plus season at Cal before leaving the team prior to the beginning of 2013 training camp without seeing any action for the Golden Bears. He enrolled at Cal in January of 2011. Morgan was a member of the 2010 recruiting class who greyshirted in his first campaign.
Cal Career (2012)
► Spent one-plus season at Cal before leaving the team prior to the beginning of 2013 training camp without seeing any action for the Golden Bears
► Enrolled at Cal in January of 2011
► A member of the 2010 recruiting class but greyshirted the 2010 campaign
Freshman (2013)
► Left the team prior to training camp
► Recorded a game-high-tying six tackles while adding 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yard) and 0.5 sacks (-1 yard) in the spring game, with his half-sack helping to account for two points in a scoring system that rewarded the defense for certain plays

Freshman (2012)
► Redshirted
► Did not play
► Had one tackle in the spring game
► Enrolled at Cal in January and took part in spring workouts

Freshman (2011)
► Greyshirted
► A member of the 2011 signing class
Blue Ridge HS (Class of 2011)/Valley Christian HS (2007-09)
► Played both as a primarily running quarterback and defensive back
► One of the few prep players in Arizona history to earn All-State honors four times from both the Arizona Football Coaches Association and the Arizona Republic with selections at three different positions – punter (freshman); defensive back/punter (sophomore), quarterback/defensive back/punter (junior), and defensive back/quarterback (senior)
► Also a four-time All-Region selection during a prep career that included 109 touchdowns, 368 tackles and 19 interceptions as he led Valley Christian High School and Blue Ridge High School to state championships in his 2009 junior and 2010 senior year, respectively
► Racked up the honors as a senior, led by an All-American selection from ESPN Rise, while he was also a Prepstar and SuperPrep All-Region pick, an All-Far West team choice, first-team All-State (Arizona Republic, Arizona Football Coaches Association, Coaches Aid), and an All-Region selection
► Rushed for 786 yards and 12 touchdowns on 90 carries as a quarterback during his lone prep season at Blue Ridge, while hitting on 23-of-34 passes (67.6%) for 373 yards and four scores for a squad that was 12-1 overall and won the 3A East League with a 5-0 mark
► Recorded 47 tackles, 2.0 sacks, two interceptions that he returned 27 yards and two pass breakups on defense during his final prep campaign, while also serving as his squad's punter with a 37.25 average on 16 attempts
► Named the Arizona Republic 1-3A Player of the Year for the state of Arizona when he put up huge stats as a junior to lead his squad to a 12-1 record and the top ranking in Arizona 2A football
► Rushed for 1,450 yards and 20 touchdowns on the ground during his junior campaign, was 96-of-135 passing (71.1%) for 1,516 yards and 23 TDs, and recorded 139 tackles, 1.5 sacks, five interceptions that he returned 224 yards and for two touchdowns, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery on defense
► Had three returns for touchdowns on only six attempts as a junior, bringing back a kickoff 90 yards for a score and two punts for TDs
► Also averaged 45.0 yards per punt as a junior to earn All-American honors as a punter and was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2009 2A state title game
► Posted solid numbers as a 2008 sophomore with 384 rushing yards and five scores on 81 carries, was 56-of-122 passing for 810 yards and 12 TDs, and on defense posted 100 tackles, seven interceptions that he returned 82 yards and two fumble recoveries, while averaging 38.4 yards per punt

Recruiting Rankings (Class of 2011)
► Ranked as the nation's No. 24 "athlete" by Tom Lemming, as well as No. 56 among safeties by Rivals, No. 58 according to ESPN and No. 98 by Scout
► A four-star recruit according to Lemming and Rivals, while picking up three from Scout and two from ESPN
► Listed as the top safety and No. 9 player overall in the state of Arizona according to Rivals, while Scout also had him as the state’s top safety

► Full name is Jordan James Morgan
► Born November 10, 1991
► Parents are Bill and Carla Morgan
► Intended major is legal studies

Last Updated
August 21, 2014

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