Cameron Morrah is a tight end for the Seattle Seahawks, who selected him with the 248th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Morrah attended Cal, where he played three seasons for the Bears. Morrah chose to forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the 2009 NFL Draft. Morrah is 6-feet, 4-inches tall and weighs 250 pounds.
As a senior at Claremont High School in Claremont, CA, Morrah was a PrepStar All-America selection. Rivals.com rated him as the No. 13 strong-side defensive end in the class of 2005. He originally committed to Kansas State to play with his brother, but decided at the last minute to stay in-state and attend Cal.
Morrah redshirted during the 2005 season, then played 10 games at tight end and on special teams in 2006, catching one pass for a touchdown, against Portland State. As a sophomore, Morrah was more involved in the Cal offense, catching 13 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown while starting four times in 12 games. A knee injury forced him out of the lineup against Washington, the only game he missed due to injury in his college career. In 2008, Morrah led Cal with eight touchdown receptions, the most ever in a single-season by a Cal tight end. He had 22 receptions and his 326 receiving yards were third on the team. After the season, Morrah chose to declare for the NFL Draft, in part because his grandmother had become ill, and Morrah wanted her to have the opportunity to see him play in the NFL. Morrah is the third Cal player in the last three years to declare early for the draft, following Marshawn Lynch and DeSean Jackson.
Morrah was selected in the seventh round (248th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Before the 2009 season, Morrah signed a four-year/$1.754M contract with Seattle.
Morrah's older brother, Eric, played linebacker at Kansas State and Cal. The two brothers were teammates during the 2006 season.
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