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Tre'VonMorgan

  • position Wide Receiver
  • height 6-6
  • Weight 218
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Massillon, Ohio
  • Previous School Michigan State
  • High school Massillon Washington

2021 – Sophomore

  • Did not seen action after battling hamstring injuries
  • Transfer from Michigan State


2020 – r-Freshman (Michigan State)

  • Saw action in three of Michigan State’s seven games during a COVID-shortened 2020 season
  • Totaled two catches for 46 yards and a score, his first collegiate catch coming on a 26-yard TD at Penn State


2019 – Freshman (Michigan State)

  • Redshirted in 2019


High School

  • Ranked as the No. 1 wide receiver in the state of Ohio by Rivals.com and ESPN.com coming out of Massillon Washington High School in 2018
  • Listed among the top wide receivers in the nation by Rivals.com (No. 44) and 247Sports (No. 73) and ranked one of the best overall prospects in Ohio by Rivals.com (No. 9), 247Sports (No. 23) and ESPN.com (No. 27)
  • As a senior under head coach Nate Moore, helped lead Massillon Washington post an impressive 14-1 overall record and average 44.7 points per game and 416.3 yards of total offense
  • Led Tigers to a berth in the Ohio Division II state championship game vs. Akron Archbishop Hoban, in which he hauled in two receptions for 29 yards, including a 25-yard catch
  • Had 37 catches for 691 yards and 12 touchdowns on the season and totaled 12 punt returns for 147 yards and one TD on special teams
  • Defensively, charted nine tackles, including one for a 1-yard loss
  • Named to the 2018 Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association All-State Third Team in Division II
  • Named the North Offensive Player of the Game after snagging five catches for 93 yards and a touchdown in the annual Ohio North-South All-Star Classic on April 27, 2018
  • Collected 36 receptions for 489 yards and two TDs as a junior in 2017
  • Helped Massillon Washington to a 10-4 record in 2017 and a berth in the Ohio Division II state semifinals
  • Caught a season-best five passes for 49 yards in the regional title game victory over New Albany, Washington’s first regional championship since 2009


Personal

  • Born in Massillon, Ohio
  • Son of Eboni Richardson and Christian Morgan
  • Siblings are Kennedy, Kingston, Knia, Shantel, and Brooklyn
  • Cousin, Brandon Jackson, was an offensive lineman at Kentucky from 1994-95
  • Major is pre-communication


Tre’Von Says

  • His nickname is “T-Mo”
  • His dream job is to be a sports analyst
  • Three words to describe him are tough, happy, and outgoing
  • The person he most admires is his mom because of her strength
  • Meditating helps calm butterflies before a game
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