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Jake Morse photo#10 Jake Morse
SeniorLenexa, Kan.
HeightPrevious School
6-2University of Kansas










2012: Appeared in 7 games as a junior...Had a 58% completion rate totaling 1,024 yards and 10 touchdowns...Had a season high 285 passing yards against Benedictine (Kan.)...Was an All HAAC honorable mention on offense...2012 USA College Football NAIA Pre-Season All-American team.

2011: As a sophomore he played in 10 games and had a 61% completion rate totaling 2,120 yards and 17 TDs. He was ranked Top 20 in Division I in pass efficiency (140.5) and in passing yards per game (212). He had a season high 412 total passing yards against Evangel and then added another 268 yards with nearly a 71% completion rate against rival MidAmerica Nazarene. He later registered a 74% completion rate for 317 yards resulting in a season high of 5 TDs against Culver-Stockton.

2010: As a freshman at Baker University, he played in 11 games and had a 58.6% completion rate resulting in 1,307 yards and 9 TDs. He was also ranked Top 20 in Division I in pass efficiency (136.4). He recorded a season high 80% completion rate for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns in a win over Avila University. He then added 223 yards resulting in 2 TDs against Culver-Stockton, along with 238 yards resulting in 1 TD and a 66.7% completion rate in a win over Evangel University.

KU: He played a year and a half for the Jayhawks starting in 2009, in which he received the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week award versus Oklahoma. He also registered a perfect 5-for-5 for 30 yards in a spring game.

PERSONAL: Jacob Scott Morse was born in DeSoto, Kan., and is the son of Jeff and Michele Morse…Has one sibling: Ashley (25)…Played football at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Mo., where he received awards for All-State, All-Area, All-League, and All-District…Chose Baker University over Kansas University, University of Iowa, University of Missouri, University of Colorado, and Missouri State University because he wanted a great education and to be a part of the football tradition…Majoring in Physical Education.


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