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  James Morgan's two-year run as the quarterback for the FIU Panthers was one of the most prolific in school history. Now he's the second FIU quarterback to be selected in the NFL Draft. The New York Jets took Morgan with the 19th pick of the fourth round - No. 125 overall - on Saturday in the 2020 NFL Draft. The quarterback is the ninth player in Panthers history to be selected in the Draft and the first since Houston Texans quarterback Alex McGough was a seventh-round pick by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2018 NFL Draft. "My top strength is my preparation," Morgan said. "I'm a really good leader... My biggest asset is my hard work."

McGough is the owner of most career and single-season passing records at FIU, but Morgan made a run at most of the single-season records throughout his two years in Miami. Morgan, who began his career with the Bowling Green Falcons, broke McGough's single-season record with 26 touchdown passes in 2018. Morgan also threw for 2,727 yards in 2018 before missing the Bahamas Bowl because of an injury, leaving him less than 100 yards short of McGough's single-season record of 2,791 yards. - Miami Herald


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