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#31 Grady Morgan

Position : Outfielder
Date of Birth :
Height : 6'2"
Weight : 215
College : Chico State
Bats : Left
Throws : Right
Resides : Laguna Beach, CA
School Year : Sophomore

Third year in the Wildcats’ program…Played in four games for Chico State in 2020, posting two hits in five at-bats…Redshirted in 2019…Pre-Chico Days: Played the 2021 season at Butte College in Oroville…Led the Roadrunners to the Golden Valley Conference title and the No. 2 ranking in the state…Topped the team in batting average (.422), home runs (10), runs batted in (41), extra-base hits (18), on-base percentage (.527), and slugging percentage (.856)…Named 2021 ABCA/Rawlings National Collegiate Position Player of the Year-Pacific Associate Division…Earned CCCAA North State/Nor Cal Player of the Year honors…2021 GVC Player of the Year and team MVP…A 2018 graduate of Laguna Beach High School…Earned Orange Coast League MVP honors as a senior and led the Breakers to the third of three straight league titles…Two-time First Team All-OCL selection…Also lettered in basketball, winning two All-OCL awards…Personal: Born June 27, 2000, in Laguna Beach…Son of Mike and Sheri…Has three siblings: Max, Cassidy, and Maris…His dad is his hero (“He has always been my role model and paved the way for me throughout life and baseball”)…The person he most admires in the sports world is Kobe Bryant (“because of his determination and work ethic”)…Favorite course at Chico State is World Sports and Games, taught by Dave Berman…Chose to attend Chico State “because of the great baseball program, the beautiful campus, and the small town vibes”…His greatest sports moment was winning Junior College National Position Player of the Year in 2021 with Butte College…The most interesting thing he’s ever done is drive a Lamborghini at 180 miles per hour…Has learned by playing baseball that “how you react to failure is more important than how you react to success”…Enjoys watching Selling Sunset when he has some free time…Claims “I’m a really great dancer”…Can play the ukulele “somewhat poorly”…Played baseball in Alaska last summer…At the top of his bucket list: “Be on the TV show Survivor…Best advice ever received: “If you succeed three times out of 10, you’re a Hall of Famer, so have a short memory”…Majoring in kinesiology…Plans to go on to play pro ball or open his own gym.

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