FORT WORTH, Texas (BVM) – With many quarterbacks finding new homes this offseason, one more has decided to enter the transfer portal. TCU sophomore signal caller Chandler Morris entered the portal on Monday after spending three seasons with the Horned Frogs where he was a part-time starter but struggled with injuries.
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Morris recorded 2,411 passing yards with 16 touchdowns and five interceptions while rushing for 400 yards and six more scores on the ground in 15 games. After transferring to TCU from Oklahoma in 2021, Morris played in four games as a redshirt freshman and then was named the starter for the 2022 season before getting injured in the team’s first game against Colorado. Morris was replaced by Max Duggan when he returned but did play in a few more games in limited action.
Once again named the starter at the beginning of this year, finishing with 1,532 yards, 12 touchdowns and five interceptions in seven games, but missed five games due to injury. He was eventually replaced by freshman Josh Hoover, who performed well in his absence.
With some quality starting experience and strong play when healthy, Morris has the intangibles that would interest many teams. Here are five potential landing spots for the quarterback.