Who Is Jordan Morgan? Height, Weight, Age, and More

Arizona offensive tackle Jordan Morgan has the potential to be a quality NFL starter. Here is everything to know about Morgan.

Arizona offensive tackle Jordan Morgan battled back from injury during his college career to establish himself as a dominant player. Here is everything to know about Morgan.

How Tall Is Jordan Morgan?

Morgan stands at an impressive height of 6’5″. He has great size, power, and strength.

How Much Does Morgan Weigh?

Morgan weighs in at 311 pounds, nine pounds lighter than his listed college weight. He is a high-mass, well-proportioned OL with excellent frame density and weight distribution.

How Old Is Morgan?

Morgan was born on Aug. 4, 2001, and is 22 years old. He attended Marana High School in Marana, Ariz., where he played on both sides of the line for the football team. 

What School Did Morgan Go To?

In high school, Morgan earned varsity letters under head coach Louis Ramirez and helped the team reach the state playoffs in three consecutive seasons (2016-18) He earned an All-State honor and saw action along the defensive line, totaling 30 tackles.

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Morgan committed to play college football at the University of Arizona. 

Revisiting Morgan’s College Career

During his freshman year in 2019, Morgan appeared in six games on the offensive line with two starts at left tackle. He made his first collegiate start at left tackle at Oregon (Nov. 16) and started again in the season finale at ASU (Nov. 30).

As a sophomore, Morgan started Arizona’s first two games of the season at left tackle before missing the final three games of the COVID-19-shortened season due to an injury. He helped pave the way for big rushing games by Wildcat backs that included 158 yards against USC.

In his junior year, Morgan played and started in the final 11 games of the season. He missed the season opener due to injury but was the full-time starter at left tackle for the rest of the season.

Morgan started 10 games in his fourth season with the Wildcats and posted an 82.0 pass-blocking rating, ranking 33rd in the nation per Pro Football Focus. He ranked 21st nationally in offensive blocking with a rating of 83.1, 36th in run blocking with a rating of 78.6, and allowed one sack in 670 total snaps including 443 passing snaps while posting a 97.8% efficiency rating.

In his final season at Arizona, Morgan appeared in all 12 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats. He was given AP First-Team All-Pac-12, Second-Team CBS Sports/247 Sports All-American, and All-Pac-12 First-Team honors and accepted a Senior Bowl invite.

He led the Wildcats’ offensive line in total blocking grade (84.3), run-blocking grade (77.0), and pass-blocking grade (87.3). He allowed only two sacks in 787 snaps over 12 games and helped lead an offensive line that paved the way for the 20th-ranked total offense (448.0), eighth-ranked passing offense (308.3), and 18th-ranked scoring offense in the nation (34.6 ppg).

Morgan’s Potential in the NFL

Pro Football Network draft analyst Ian Cummings said Morgan is one of many high-upside prospects in the 2024 OT class, but his projected positional versatility adds extra appeal.

“Morgan has the physical skills and the necessary fail-safes — such as balance, strength, leverage, and awareness — to be a competent starter early in his career, and he can keep building on that foundation toward an impact-starter ceiling,” Cummings wrote in his scouting report.

“However, because Morgan’s middling length is paired with inconsistent hand precision, a move inside to guard could mitigate that weakness and also allow Morgan to more routinely channel his burst, range, natural leverage, point-of-contact power, rotational freedom, and finishing physicality.”

Cummings said some of Morgan’s strengths include being an explosive, high-energy athlete at the snap who moves and recalibrates with little strain and having the swift lateral burst to match stunting rushers effortlessly while staying in phase.

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