McMorris Keeps it Locked down WIth Move to Cal

The Bears got going the gateway season with a bang with the responsibility of San Diego State security and MWC Co-Guarded Player of the Year Patrick McMorris.

The 6-0/210 redshirt senior security is the more youthful sibling of previous Cal fan most loved Malik McMorris, who excited swarms with his bumping hits at fullback for the Bears from 2015-18, likewise adding 15 profession gets for 110 yards and four scores to his resume. McMorris is back with the Bears as a graduate right hand on guard.

McMorris came to SDSU in 2019 from St Nick Ana Secondary School where he added up to 1,801 yards and 23 scores on 141 conveys (12.8 avg.) in 2018, alongside 17 passes for 375 yards (22.1 avg.) and another 2 TDs. On guard, McMorris added 99 handles and two interferences.
As a redshirt soph in 2023, McMorris had a champion season with 90 handles, 4 captures and 1 mishandle recuperation for the Aztecs in his first Group All-MWC season. As a redshirt junior, he had 61 handles, 1 interference and 1 bungle recuperation alongside 5 passes guarded.

He will join Nohl Williams (UNLV) and Kaylin Moore (Colorado) as gateway moves for the 2023 season as well as JC move Matt Littlejohn as prepared players added to the Bears’ auxiliary.

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