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Name: Chandler Morris (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: Texas Christian     Number: 4
Height: 5-10   Weight: 175
Position: QB  Pos2: ATH
Class/Draft Year: So/2024

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Oklahoma...NAC

 Chandler Morris, Texas Christian, Player News


  Oklahoma has released Chandler Morris from his national letter of intent. Finally. OU coach Lincoln Riley informed Morris on Friday that OU would release Morris from his NLI, a source confirmed. OU had refused to release Morris from his NLI much of this offseason, creating a stir nationally. Riley talked about his belief that student athletes should not be able to transfer within conference without consequence. Those comments came before the Big 12 agreed to waive its intraconference rules requiring players to sit out one season earlier this week. The NCAA also adopted rules that will allow student athletes the opportunity to transfer one time without penalty. OU and Riley relented after the new policies were announced. Morris is expected to compete for the backup job behind starting quarterback Max Duggan this season. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
News Source: Fort Worth Star
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  Former Oklahoma quarterback Chandler Morris transferred to TCU following his freshman season but has yet to be released by OU. TCU head coach Gary Patterson was asked of Morris' status earlier this week, which currently won't allow him to be eligible for the 2021 season. OU coach Lincoln Riley addressed his program's decision, which he noted had nothing specifically to do with Morris but rather a view his staff holds when players transfers to other Big 12 schools. "This particular situation for us is about something that we believe in," Riley said. "Myself, the leadership here at OU, we think it's unhealthy for college football to encourage intraconference transfers."

Riley said he isn't against student-athletes transferring to programs outside of their current conference and becoming eligible right away. He noted the Sooners immediately released freshman tight end Jalin Conyers, who transferred to Arizona State this offseason. "I do think the intraconference can complicate things and the world of coaches understand the big picture and understand that's gonna bring along a lot of negatives that I just don't know that we want in this game," Riley said. - Norman Transcript


(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
News Source: Norman Transcript
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  Oklahoma has not released former quarterback Chandler Morris from his national letter of intent. Morris entered the NCAA's transfer portal after spending his true freshman season with the Sooners in 2020 and opted to join the Frogs a few days later. At the time, nobody knew if Morris would be eligible to play this fall. That hasn't changed in two-plus months since he arrived in Fort Worth. "We don't know yet on Chandler," Patterson said on Monday. "It looks like rules are going to change here real quickly. He still hasn't been released by Oklahoma." There's multiple steps in the process for Morris to gain eligibility next fall, starting with OU releasing Morris from his national letter of intent because Morris is in his first year. If the Sooners do that, then TCU can pursue an immediate eligibility waiver for Morris from the NCAA. The caveat to the waiver is whether the NCAA will adopt a policy allowing one-time transfers. If it does, TCU and Morris would not need to go through the waiver process. - Fort Worth Star

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
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  TCU football added some competition and depth to its quarterback room on Sunday. Oklahoma transfer Chandler Morris announced his intentions to join TCU in a social media post. Morris is the son of former SMU and Arkansas coach Chad Morris. It's to be determined if Morris will be eligible to play next fall. There's multiple steps in the process that will make that determination, starting with Oklahoma releasing Morris from his national letter of intent because Morris is in his first year. The NCAA is also scheduled to vote on whether to allow one-time transfers on Jan. 11 and, after that, the Big 12 will decide on how to handle intra-conference transfers. - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
News Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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  Another Oklahoma quarterback is electing to head elsewhere. Just a couple of weeks after backup quarterback Tanner Mordecai announced he would be entering the transfer portal, fellow quarterback Chandler Morris has announced via Twitter that he will be doing the same. Morris appeared in five games in his true freshman season in 2020, completing three of his five passes for 39 yards. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Chandler MorrisTexas Christian
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