MAROA — Maroa-Forsyth tight end Kadinn Morris is transferring to Sacred Heart-Griffin for his junior season, he confirmed on Thursday.
Morris became the Trojans leading offensive weapon for quarterback Ian Benner and helped the team reach the Class 2A state championship game for the third consecutive year.
Morris had 60 catches for 682 yards receiving and five touchdowns last season. He was also a first team selection on the 2018 Herald & Review All-Macon County football team. He earned a reputation for acrobatic catches and has attracted Division I college recruiting attention.
When asked for an additional comment, Morris declined to provide one at this time.
This is the second recent transfer to involve the Trojans as Benner announced he would be transferring to Chatham Glenwood for his senior season last week.