'19 QB Dylan Morris Talks Summer Camp Plans and Offers From Nebraska, Washington and Washington State

Graham Kapowsin (Wash.) '19 quarterback Dylan Morris put on a show over the weekend, leading his Rise 7v7 squad to the tournament championship in the Players of the Future event in Southern California.


We've heard nothing but great things about sophomore quarterback Dylan Morris over the last year, mostly from Scout's National Director of Recruiting Brandon Huffman, who has seen the signal caller in person multiple times.

This past weekend, Morris showed he might be even better than advertised in leading Rise to a big tournament championship in Long Beach, California. We had heard Morris was a gamer, tough and competitive who can run and make plays with his legs. We didn't know he was such a pure passer as he showed he could make every throw and made it look easy. 

He rarely missed on a deep ball that we saw, showing great touch and accuracy. He was early and on time with the deep outs, made smart decisions with the football, rarely forcing a throw and showed great poise and leadership throughout the event. He's easily among the top quarterbacks in the West Coast 2019 class and projects as a national recruit as well.

On the recruiting front, Morris landed offers from NebraskaWashington and Washington State all on the same day. He plans to camp with CalUCLA and USC this summer and has no desire to make an early  commitment.

To hear Morris talk about how the scholarship offers came down and who his childhood favorite was, check out the video above:

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