The 5-foot-10, 200-pound running back from Shasta Community College will look elsewhere for his school of choice, opening an additional scholarship for Oregon State.
"Morris is available again," Shasta College's head football coach Craig Thompson told TheInsiders.com. "I am calling schools to let them know his services are back on the market."
It was an amicable split for both parties.
Oregon State now has 11 verbals.
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