MJ Morris will reportedly explore continuing his college football career elsewhere. Morris is planning to enter his name into the NCAA transfer portal, according to On3.

NC State fans won’t be too surprised by the Wolfpack quarterback’s decision. He elected to redshirt earlier this season to preserve his eligibility after notching a 3-1 record as a starter. By redshirting, Morris will be considered a sophomore again in 2024.


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In 4 games this season, Morris was 63-of-113 passing for 719 yards, 7 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. He was most productive in the Marshall game, throwing for 265 passing yards and 4 touchdowns (along with 3 interceptions). The Duke game was Morris’ only contest completing 60% of his passes (24-for-40, 193 yards).

As a freshman, Morris played in 5 games last season. He was 52-of-86 passing for 7 touchdowns and 1 interception. Morris also rushed 49 times for 88 yards and 1 score in his freshman season.

Out of Carrollton (Georgia), Morris was a sought-after prospect. He picked up scholarship offers from 34 programs, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee and Texas A&M. Morris was rated 4-stars, the No. 25 quarterback, No. 43 recruit in the state of Georgia and No. 417 prospect overall in the Class of 2022 on the 247Sports Composite.