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Baylor Is New Home for Big Four-Star EDGE Kamauryn Morgan

Baylor Bears | Kamauryn Morgan Commitment
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Consensus four-star EDGE Kamauryn Morgan committed to play for the Baylor Bears.

Rated by Rivals as the No. 10 EDGE in the country and rated by 247Sports as the No. 94 overall prospect, Morgan hails from Red Oak, Texas in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Nicknamed "K3," Morgan received offers from Georgia, Oregon, Texas, and many other top collegiate football programs.

About Kamauryn Morgan

Morgan is 6-foot-5 and weighs 235 pounds. As a high school sophomore, he made 24 tackles, including 8 tackles for loss and 5 sacks. In his junior season in 2023, he recorded 61 tackles, with 14 TFLs, 5.5 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles. Through his junior season, he played for Red Oak High School. For his senior year, he has transferred to South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas.

According to 247Sports, Morgan is a versatile edge rusher who plays a traditional defensive end role in 4-3 schemes. He occasionally lines up wide in two-point stances and adeptly drops into short zone coverage. He is athletic with a "[r]angy" frame, capable of adding more weight."

Morgan has a quick first step and has developed excellent nuanced techniques to get to opposing quarterbacks, leading to descriptions of him as "a dangerous back-side assailant." He occasionally plays too upright, resulting in high points of contact for tackles, but he is receptive to coaching. From his sophomore to junior year, he improved dramatically as a run defender. Morgan projects as a multi-year starter at the Power Four level with significant NFL potential.

He played varsity basketball as a junior.

Impact at Baylor

Morgan is the highest-rated recruit in the Bears' 2025 class and the third four-star pledge. He joins four-star running back Caden Knighten and four-star wide receiver Jacorey Watson, who committed to the Bears on July 2. With Morgan's commitment, the Bears' 2025 class is now rated No. 44 in the nation and No. 7 in the Big 12 Conference. Coach David Aranda and his staff in Waco, Texas are building momentum on the recruiting trail as the beginning of the 2024 season approaches.

For further news concerning the Baylor Bears and college football recruiting, stay tuned to College Football Dawgs.


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