Drew Morgan - Football - Arkansas Razorbacks

#80 Drew Morgan

WR | Sr | 6-0 | 193 | Greenwood, Ark. | Greenwood HS

Career Highs
Receptions: 9 (2x) last vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (9/24/16)
Receiving Yards: 155 vs. No. 14 Texas A&M (9/26/15)
Receiving Touchdowns: 3 at No. 18 Ole Miss (11/17/15)
Longest Reception: 52 at Tennessee (10/3/15)

Career (2013-16)
One of the team’s most reliable targets during his junior and senior seasons … Finished his career ranked seventh on the school’s all-time receptions list (138), 15th in receiving yards (1,763) and 13th in receiving touchdowns (14) … No. 3 and No. 4 on the school’s single-season reception chart … Started 19 of his 49 career games … All 19 of his starts came during his final two seasons … Totaled three 100-yard receiving games – all during the 2015 season … Tied for the school’s single-game touchdown receptions record … Recorded at least one reception in 33 games, including five or more in 14 contests … 25 of his career receptions went for 20+ yards, while two resulted in gains of 40+ … 88 of his career receptions resulted in a first down … Tied for second in the SEC in first-down receptions in his junior (43) and senior (40) seasons … Caught a TD pass in 11 games and multiple TD passes in two contests … Capped his career with a streak of 27 straight games with a reception … Averaged 4.9 receptions per game over his final two seasons … Joined wide receiver Keon Hatcher as the first receivers in school history to eclipse 100 receptions and 1,700 receiving yards in a career since Cobi Hamilton (2009-12) … Finished his career sixth among active SEC players in career receptions … Tallied 75+ receiving yards in 11 games … Led the team in receptions in 15 games.

Senior (2016)
» East-West Shrine Bowl (Jan. 20)
» Pro Football Focus All-SEC second team (Dec. 12)

Started 9 of 13 games … Led the team in receptions (65) for the second straight year … Became the first player in school history to lead the team in receptions in consecutive seasons since George Wilson (2002-03) … Recorded a reception in all 13 games and paced the team in receptions eight times … Ranked second on the team in receiving yards (739) … Tallied 75+ receiving yards in five games, including three 90+ yard performances … Caught three touchdown passes … His 65 receptions tied for fourth in the SEC … Averaged 5.0 receptions per game to rank sixth in the SEC … Led the team and tied for second in the SEC in first-down receptions (40) … Led the SEC in third-down catches that resulted in a first down (12) … 10 of his catches went for 20+ yards … Had a 20+ yard grab in six games … Tied for third in the SEC in games with five or more receptions (7) … Tied for fifth in the SEC in catches against conference opponents (42) … Two of his three TDs came against conference opponents … Made at least five catches in 5 of 8 conference contests … Hauled in 24 passes for 319 yards over his final five games … Returned three kickoffs for 58 yards and four punts for 37 yards … at No. 15 TCU (Sept. 10): Hauled in seven passes for 93 yards and a 13-yard touchdown … The TD came late in the third quarter and put Arkansas up 20-7 … Had a key 24-yard grab for a first down on the game-tying drive in the fourth quarter … Took a handoff from quarterback Austin Allen, then pitched it to wide receiver Keon Hatcher, who threw a pass to Allen in the corner of the end zone for the two-point conversion to tie the game with just over a minute to play in regulation … vs. No. 17 Texas A&M (Sept. 24): Matched his career-high with nine receptions for 86 yards … vs. No. 12 Ole Miss (Oct. 15): Caught 4 of 6 targets for 34 yards and his second TD of the season … The touchdown was from 13-yards out and gave Arkansas a 7-6 lead with 6:08 left in the first quarter … Three of his catches resulted in a first down … vs. No. 11 Florida (Nov. 5): Led the team with seven catches for 95 yards and a TD … Five of his receptions went for a first down … Capped a 10-play, 87-yard drive with a 7-yard TD grab on third-and-goal to give the Razorbacks a 21-7 lead with 16 seconds left in the first half … vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 18): Hauled in 6 of 7 targets for a team-high 91 yards, including a 34-yard catch … Five catches resulted in a first down, including his first three of the game … Had receptions on four of the team’s scoring drives.

» Biletnikoff Award Watch List
» Reese’s Senior Bowl Watch List
» Media All-SEC third team
» Coaches All-SEC third team
» Athlon All-SEC third team
» Phil Steele No. 39 draft eligible wide receiver

Junior (2015)
» Associated Press All-SEC second team
» Athlon All-SEC second team
» Phil Steele All-SEC second team
» Athlon SEC Breakout Player of the Year runner-up
» Biletnikoff Award Watch List addition

Opened the season as the No. 3 or No. 4 wide receiver and went on to lead the team in receptions (63), yards (843) and touchdown catches (10) … Started 10 of 13 games … Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in receptions (T-6th), yards (9th) and TDs (2nd) … Tied for second in the SEC and 17th nationally in TD receptions while his 10 scores equaled the third-most in program single-season history … Led the SEC with eight receiving touchdowns in conference play, including four on the road … Reached the end zone in seven contests … Became the first Razorback since 2011 to have three 100-yard receiving games in SEC play in a single-season … First player in program history with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in SEC play away from home … His 63 receptions are good for the third-best total in program single-season history … Hauled in five receptions for 52 yards and three touchdowns in overtime — all FBS-bests … Tied for second in the SEC with 43 catches for first downs and tied for third with 24 grabs of 15+ yards … vs. UTEP (Sept. 5): Scored Arkansas’ first touchdown of the season on a 26-yard pass from Brandon Allen on the game’s first drive … vs. No. 14 Texas A&M (Sept. 26): Hauled in eight receptions for a career-best 155 yards and a touchdown … Seven of the catches went for 10+ yards, including six for first downs, as his 155-yards receiving was the most by a Razorback since 2012 … at Tennessee (Oct. 3): Followed up with his second straight 100-yard receiving game that included five catches for 110 yards, including a 52-yarder … All five receptions went for first downs … vs. Auburn (Oct. 24): Hauled in four of his six catches in overtime, highlighted by the eventual game-winning 25-yard touchdown on the first play of the fourth overtime …. Also caught the first TD of overtime for the Razorbacks … at No. 19 Ole Miss (Nov. 7): Set a career-high with nine receptions for 122 yards and tied the program single-game record with three touchdowns … Six of his catches came in the second half and overtime with all resulting in a first down, including two for touchdowns … Final TD catch came in overtime before the game-winning two-point conversion … vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 21): Made it five SEC games with a TD reception during a seven-catch performance for 84 yards … vs. Kansas State (Jan. 2): Led Arkansas in receptions (8) for the eight time on the year and receiving yards for the fifth time (92) during the 45-23 win in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl.

Sophomore (2014)
Appeared in all 13 games at wide receiver … Tallied 181 yards on 10 receptions, including a career-long 44-yard reception … vs. UAB (Oct. 25): Notched one reception for a career-long 44 yards … vs. No. 8 Ole Miss (Nov. 22): Tallied a career-high 51 receiving yards on three catches.

Freshman (2013)
Saw action in 10 games at wide receiver and on special teams … Did not record any statistics.

High School
Helped lead Greenwood High School to two undefeated seasons, two state championships in different classifications, and was named MVP of both championship games … Ranked as the No. 7 player in Arkansas by Rivals and as the No. 13 prospect in the state by 247Sports … Won the Landers Award as the state’s best high school player following his senior season in which he contributed on offense and defense to Greenwood’s 6A state championship and 15-0 record … Named the state’s Offensive Player of the Year after making 83 receptions for 1,122 yards and 14 touchdowns and 82 rushes for 764 yards and 19 touchdowns … Recorded 73 tackles, 20.5 for loss with 2.5 sacks, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and two pass breakups on defense as a junior in 2012 … Caught 85 passes for 1,400 yards and 25 touchdowns while adding 89 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and four interceptions, returning two for touchdowns for the 14-0 5A state champions … Involved in FCA, assisted with Special Olympics and was a member of the Future Business Leaders of America … Coached by Rick Jones … Selected Arkansas over multiple offers, including Auburn.

Born on Dec. 2, 1994 … Son of Matt Morgan and Annie Shaw … Brother Grant is a freshman on the team … Management major … 2013-14 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll.