Senior cornerback Stephon Morris looks to make a big impact on the field this year in an injury and roster-depleted secondary as the returning player with the most career starts (13).
In spring practice, Morris won the Jim O'Hora award for the most improved defensive player on the squad. He played in twelve of last season's thirteen games (he sat out the contest with Iowa due to injury), recording 19 tackles (12 solo) and five passes broken up. Last season was a slight disappointment to some, as Morris saw less time than his sophomore year, when he started ten games due to injuries to upperclass starters and recorded 39 tackles (28 solo).
Morris came to Penn State from Eleanor Roosevelt High School, in Greenbelt, MD, the former high school of one Derrick Williams.
Stephon Morris during media day, 8/9/2012.
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