He has a golden arm to effortlessly spin the ball anywhere on the field with the athleticism and toughness to match, and was a standout at the Manning Passing Academy in 2013 while performing next to the likes of Johnny Manziel and A.J. McCarron.
However, Morris' performance against some of the ACC's second-level teams in 2013 has been another reminder why most are struggling to consider him as one of the best senior quarterbacks for the 2014 NFL Draft. In the showdown against Florida State, Morris interchanged questionable decision-making with strong, pinpoint passes that kept Miami in the game through halftime.
Complicating the evaluation on Morris is the Achilles strain that bothered him for most of his senior season. It clearly affected his ability to step into passes and led to more wobbly passes and turnovers than he likely would have suffered had Morris been fully healthy. It all goes into a mix that makes Morris one of this year's most difficult quarterbacks to evaluate.
WEAKNESSES: Will struggle with his mechanics and throw flat-footed, causing sporadic throws and inconsistent accuracy. Too often late to diagnose and react to the blitz. Disappointing decision making as a senior with a lot of experience.