Chris Morgan is an emerging talent who has been making waves on the basketball court. In the 2022-23 season, he made his highly anticipated collegiate debut, displaying his skills and potential in 10 games. With a promising start to his college career, Chris marked his first collegiate points against Western Kentucky on March 4, demonstrating his scoring prowess.
Throughout the season, Chris showcased his versatility, contributing not only as a scorer but also on the boards with six rebounds to his name. His commitment to improvement was evident as he recorded a season-high of two rebounds in two separate games. Chris’s dedication and hard work were also on display as he played a season-high of four minutes in a game against Paul Quinn, where he even made an impact with a blocked shot.
Before his college journey, Chris honed his talents on the high school stage. He played his senior season at Lancaster High School, earning recognition as a 2021 First Team All-District player. His impressive stats in the 2020-21 season, where he averaged 14.8 points, 10.2 rebounds, and an impressive 4.0 blocks per game, attested to his all-around abilities on the court. Rated as a 3-star recruit by Rivals, Chris’s potential was evident to recruiters and fans alike.
Basketball runs in Chris’s blood, with his father Ronnie Morgan having played for the UNT men’s basketball team from 1988-90. Moreover, his brother J’mison Morgan contributed to the Baylor men’s basketball program from 2010-12, a connection that adds depth to his basketball pedigree. Notably, Chris’s journey coincided with Grant McCasland’s tenure as an assistant for the Baylor Bears, showcasing the strong basketball lineage within his family. As Chris Morgan continues to develop his skills and make strides in his college career, his promising potential and family basketball legacy are sure to keep fans excited about his journey in the world of basketball.