Is at the top of the depth chart at split end heading into preseason workouts ... A physical receiver who can make the tough catches ... Combines size and strength with play-making ability ... Has excellent body control ... Contributes as a blocker in the running game ... Can be outstanding if he maintains his focus and plays with consistency ... Came on strong down the stretch last season, catching 16 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns over the Hokies' last six games ... Had career highs of seven catches and 128 yards against Florida State in the ACC Championship game ... Has also seen action as a return man ... An integral part of the Hokies' offense. 2005: Had 28 catches for 471 yards and four touchdowns ... Caught one pass for 27 yards against NC State ... Grabbed a 37-yard touchdown pass at Duke ... Saw action as a punt returner in that game and had three returns for 81 yards, with a long of 44 ... Had a 33-yard catch against Ohio and two receptions for 14 yards versus Georgia Tech ... Led the team with four catches for 63 yards against Marshall ... Caught three passes for 63 yards at Maryland, with 39 of those yards coming after the catch ... Pulled in a key 3-yard touchdown pass against BC ... Had a 17-yard punt return in the Miami game ... Hauled in five passes for 56 yards and a touchdown during win at Virginia ... Caught seven balls for 128 yards and a TD against FSU ... Turned in two kickoff returns for 45 yards during the Gator Bowl win over Louisville ... Was a Super Iron Hokie in the weight room during the winter ... Had three catches in the first spring scrimmage for 17 yards ... Added two catches for 14 yards in scrimmage two ... Hauled in five passes for 99 yards in the Maroon-White game, including a 50-yard TD grab. 2004: Played in 12 games, starting one ... Had 15 catches for 346 yards and three touchdowns ... Saw his first collegiate action against Western Michigan, playing 29 snaps ... Caught two passes for 31 yards in that game ... Had a key 23-yard catch on the final drive against NC State ... Had a big 18-yard catch on the opening drive at Wake Forest ... Scored the game-winning touchdown at Georgia Tech, catching a 51-yard score ... Finished the game with two catches for 79 yards ... Made his first collegiate start at Miami ... Caught three passes for a Tech bowl record 126 yards and two touchdowns in the Sugar Bowl against Auburn ... Second score was an 80-yarder ... Recorded a 310-pound bench, a 505-pound back squat, a 260-pound power clean and a 36-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 2003: Entered school in January 2004 ... Went through the winter strength and conditioning program ... Caught a 20-yard touchdown pass during Tech's third scrimmage of the spring ... Led the receivers with three catches for 45 yards in the final scrimmage ... Pulled in a 6-yard pass during the Maroon-White game and ran for a 6-yard gain on a reverse ... Underwent surgery for a fractured left foot in May. Prep School: Spent the fall semester at Fork Union Military Academy ... Caught 33 passes for 845 yards and eight touchdowns for Coach John Shuman at FUMA ... Blocked four punts and also contributed a punt return for a touchdown. High School: Played quarterback, wide receiver and cornerback while playing for Coach Greg Fuller at H.D. Woodson High ... Had eight catches for 275 yards and three touchdowns in a game against Glen Mills High (Pa.) his senior season ... Also contributed four sacks and blocked a punt ... Was named all-DCIAA East as a receiver ... Passed for 987 yards and rushed for 898 his junior year ... Finished with five TDs passing and eight rushing ... Was named the MVP of two tournaments while playing on the basketball team. Personal: Joshua L. Morgan ... Born 6/20/85 in Washington, DC ... Son of Dennis Morgan and LaWanda Ware ... Majoring in apparel, housing and resource management.