For Arlington Country Day head coach Rex Morgan, Morris has been excellent this season, and has filled many roles.
"He's had a real good year," said Morgan of Morris. "He is the only one who has started every game. He is averaging around 16 points per game and has had to play the point the last few games because of Ian (Baker) having a concussion. He is doing everything I ask him to do and he is getting better."
One of the greatest strengths for Morris has been his versatility. At 6-foot-6 he can play point guard in a pinch and then also is good at either wing spot. Morgan says his versatility has been on full display.
"His ball handling is getting better and he is good in the open floor," said Morgan. "Defensively he can guard a one, two, or three. As a one he needs to learn to make better decisions in the halfcourt offense. I think his real position in college is probably the two."
When it comes to his recruitment, two schools are beginning to emerge for one time South Carolina commitment.
"Xavier and St. John's are recruiting him pretty hard right now," Morgan explained. "There are a lot of people out there showing interest, but Xavier and St. John's are showing the most interest."
For right now recruiting isn't the main focus for Morris as he and Arlington Country Day are trying to win a state title. Morgan says that after the season he will begin to sit down and discuss where he will visit and when.
"Our season is over with on March 10, so we will sit down at that point and decide what they're doing in terms of visits and a college choice," said Morgan.
Currently Morris is rated as the No. 19 shooting guard in the nation, and is just outside of the top 100.