Chad Morris is reportedly moving on to another opportunity as he’s stepped down from his Texas high school coaching post.

Morris, the former Arkansas and SMU coach and Clemson offensive coordinator, announced the move through a press release from the school district, and said, “I am so thankful to Allen ISD for the chance to work with an amazing group of student athletes and a dedicated coaching staff.”

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football reported that Morris in his lone season at the helm led Allen to an 11-3 record, Allen lost its first ever game at Eagle Stadium to Humble Atascocita and lost a district game as well, but they got hot late in the year advancing all the way to the regional finals before falling to Southlake Carroll.

Morris’ name has been linked to a couple of assistant jobs at the college level, so it’s likely if he is coaching in 2022, it’ll be at the college level.

Morris was hired by Allen ISD on March 31, 2021 to be the 11th head football coach in program history, and third in 3 seasons, after he last coached at the high school level in 2009 with Austin Lake Travis before he set out in the college ranks.