2005 -- Morgan was on the pre-season Watch List for the Ted Hendricks Award, presented to the nation's top defensive end. He did not see action against San Diego State but made two tackles off the bench versus Rice. He also made two solo tackles against Oklahoma. He played but did not make any tackles against Washington, California and Washington State. He made two tackles (one solo) versus Oregon State and one solo stop at Stanford. Morgan made two solo tackles at Arizona. He made his first start of the year versus Arizona State and had three tackles (two solos), including one sack. He started versus USC and had one solo tackle. He started versus Northwestern and had one tackle assist.
2004 -- On the year, Morgan, who started the final 10 games of the season, made 24 tackles and his 3.5 for losses were tied for third among linemen ... He had an impressive 2004 Spring practice and was contending for a starting slot at defensive end during the pre-season camp ... However, he injured his left knee in practice and underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus on August 16 ... He came off the bench against Oklahoma State, but was not credited with a tackle ... He saw action off the bench at Illinois and recorded a quarterback hurry ... Morgan made his first career start at Washington and made three solo tackles, including one for loss ... He started against San Diego State and had one assist on a quarterback sack ... He started versus Arizona and was credited with one assist ... In his start at California, he made two solo tackles ... At Arizona State, he started and made three solo tackles ... Against Stanford, he started and made two tackles (one solo) ... He had two tackles (two assists) against Washington State ... Started at Oregon and made three solo tackles, including one sack and a second for loss ... Against USC, he started and made two solo tackles ... In the Pioneer PureVision Las Vegas Bowl, he made a career-high five tackles, including three solos, against Wyoming.
JUNIOR COLLEGE -- Played two seasons of football at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Mississippi for head coach Tim Hatten and has two seasons of eligibility remaining ... His team won the South Division championship in 2002 and the State championship in 2003 ... Rated as the No. 5 JC defensive end by collegefootballnews.com ... Four-star prospect according to Max Emfinger ... Earned three stars from TheInsiders.com and rivals.com ... No. 42 JUCO prospect by SuperPrep.
HIGH SCHOOL -- Earned first-team All-City honors in football at Galileo Academy in San Francisco playing for coach Kevin Adams.
PERSONAL -- Full Name: Kyle Devon Morgan ... Born: November 12, 1983 in San Francisco, CA ... Parents: Danny and Arieglean Washington ... Has one brother, Kenneth, and two sisters, Sandra and Ariel ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill as winning the State championship while at Pearl River Community College ... Lists Dana Stubblefield, Bryant Young and Marcellus Wiley as NFL players after whom he patterns his style of play ... Hobbies include playing cards, watching television and going out ... Sociology major.
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