WR/S Phillip Morris
6-4, 190, 4.43
Timmonsville High School
Timmonsville, South Carolina
Morris continued his impressive senior season as he led Timmonsville to a 19-12 victory in the second round of the playoffs last week. Morris rushed for over 150 yards and he scored 1 touchdown.
The Timmonsville standout continues to consider Clemson, Tennessee and South Carolina. Morris has already scheduled an official visit with Clemson, but he has not scheduled an official visit yet with Tennessee or South Carolina.
Morris will be in Columbia this weekend to watch the Palmetto state rivalry. "I'm going to watch Clemson and South Carolina this weekend. I'm bringing my family with me."
Is the 6-4, 190 pound prospect close to making his commitment? "No, not really. I will still probably wait till after my season."
Morris would like to play with his close friend Mike Hamlin. "We are definitely going to play together next season. We are trying to decide now."
Coach Burns continues to work the talented athlete to try to get him to join his brother at Clemson. "Coach Burns called a few nights ago. I really like Coach Burns."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
Morris Waiting on Commitment
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