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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