Will Phillip Morris Join his Brother?

Phillip Morris, an outstanding athlete from the Palmetto state, is not ready to make a commitment, but he does have a leader. CUTigers.com has the latest on the Timmonsville star's offer list, and his thoughts on playing college football with his older brother Kelvin.

WR/S Phillip Morris
6-4, 190, 4.43
Timmonsville High School
Timmonsville, South Carolina

The 6-4, 190-pound prospect currently has offers from Clemson and South Carolina, but others such as Maryland, Virginia and Marshall are showing significant interest.

If today were signing day where would he sign? "Probably Clemson because they're the highest on my list right now."

Phillip's older brother Kelvin Morris plays linebacker for the Tigers, but will have to sit out the 2004 season as he works in the classroom.

"He's doing alright. That's another reason I would like to play for Clemson. I went to Clemson two weeks ago and visited with him and his roommate Brandon Jamison."

And just what would it be like for this budding superstar to play with his brother at Clemson University? "It would be great. I've never had a chance to play with him before. He was always a year ahead."

Coach Burns is recruiting Morris as a receiver for the Tigers. Morris ran a 4.43 forty at the Clemson camp earlier this summer. The 6-4 prospect has all the physical tools to be an excellent receiver on the collegiate level. "My strengths are my speed and my height. I have an advantage over most defensive backs."

Don't expect a commitment from the talented prospect until later this fall. "I would like to wait and take my visits. I'll take all that I can then make my decision."

Morris would like to major in sports medicine. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding prospect from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.

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