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Donovan Morris
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Donovan  Morris

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Bernardino, Calif.

High School:
Cajon HS

Last College:
Fresno State

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 201

Position:
G

Experience:
1V

49er Single Season Chart • 2nd in free throw percentage (.847); 2nd in made free throws (177); 4th in free throws attempted (209); 4th in points scored (656); 4th in made 3-pointers (75); 6th in scoring average (21.2); 6th in 3-pointers attempted (180); 11th in 3-point percentage (.417); 11th in field goals attempted (438); 12th in made field goals (202).

2007-08 • Selected first team All-Big West Conference after averaging a league-best 21.2 points per game • appeared in all 31 games, starting 30 times • hit double digits in scoring in 28 of the 31 games • averaged a league-leading 23.5 points per game in league outings • had five games with 30 or more points • scored 20-plus points in 15 of the final 18 games of the season, and 20 times overall • was a two-time Big West Player of the Week selection (12/24, 1/14) • shot .461 from the field, .417 (75-180) from 3-point range and .847 (177-209) from the free throw line • scored a career-high 33 points vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/8) • had 32 points at Cal State Bakersfield (2/16) and against Pacific (1/10) • had 31 points against Cal State Fullerton (1/31) and 30 points at Pacific (2/9) • had two double-double's on the season (20/10 vs. Idaho State, 26/10 vs. UC Riverside) • hit a career-high 7 3-pointers (7-9) on December 29 vs. Bucknell • hit 4 or more three's in a game eight times • hit double-digits in free throws made five times (15-16 vs. UC Riverside, 2/13) • finished second on the team with 72 assists and first in steals with 26 • career-high 8 assists at Cal Poly (1/5) • in a span of 9 games (1/23-2/20), he scored 20 or more points in each game, averaged 26.7 points per game, and scored 30 or more points three times • named to the all-tournament team at the Cal Golden Bear Classic • ranked in the top 10 in eight different Big West Conference statistics • ended the season ranked in 10 different 49er single season charts • his 656 points ranks No. 4 on the 49er single season chart • his .847 (177-209) free throw percentage and 177 made free throws both rank No. 2 on the 49er single season chart.

2006-07 • Redshirted for the 49ers after transferring from Fresno State.

FRESNO STATE • As a sophomore (2005-06), Morris played in all 28 games, starting nine times • averaged 7.5 points and 2.7 rebounds per game while shooting .439 (72-164) from the field and .392 (40-102) from three-point range • led the squad with his .867 (26-30) free throw percentage • as freshman (2004-05) he played in 29 games with 24 starts • scored in double figures 19 times while averaging 11.7 points and 3.4 rebounds per game • shot an impressive .425 (62-146) from three-point range • scored in double figures in the last eight games of the year while averaging a team-best 14.4 points per game in those contests • his .425 three-point percentage was tops in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) • had two 20-point games, both coming against Hawaii • in the final WAC stats he led the league in three-point percentage (.425), was fourth in three-pointers per game (2.14) and 20th in scoring (11.7) • Bulldogs were 16-14 in 2004-05 (9-9 WAC) and 15-13 in 2005-06 (8-8 WAC).

CAJON HIGH SCHOOL • Lettered four years in basketball • was a four-time All-SAL selection • named league and county MVP his senior season after averaging 27 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists per game • was a two-time first team all-county selection • helped Cahon HS to a 31-4 record his senior year while earning all-county honors • at Cajon he was the school's all-time points leader amassing 2,000-plus points • Top-50 California McDonald's All-American • Top-10 Californian of the 2001 ABCD Camp • as a junior he averaged 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game • at Winchendon Prep (2003-04) he averaged 18 points, six rebounds and six assists, helping lead his team to a championship.

PERSONAL • Born on June 4, 1984 in San Bernardino, California • recruited out of high school by UTEP, Penn State, San Jose State, Wisconsin, Fresno State, among others • has five brothers and one sister • was a Fresno State Scholar-Athlete and a WAC Scholar-Athlete • attended Winchendon Prep (Winchendon, Mass.) after graduation from Cajon High School • Winchendon is located 65 miles northwest of Boston • full name is Donovan Ray Morris • is a black studies major.

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