"Yeah I told him a long time ago I had his blind side," said Tuley-Tillman, who watched as a spectator in stands as Morris won the MVP and was invited to the Elite 11 finals in Los Angeles, CA.
"He had great zip on the ball…he was the best out here. I know I have a biased opinion. But, honestly, he was the best today and most elite here."
A four-star prospect and No.14 offensive tackle on Scout.com, Tuley-Tillman was trying to transfer to a high school in Michigan for his senior season. He said that is not an option anymore because of complications of transfer rules and finding the right place to live.
"Right now it's looking like I will have to graduate from Peoria Manuel (high school)," Tuley-Tillman said regarding his possible transfer. "I'm graduating early from there, and getting on (Michigan's) campus early."
Not shy about who he would like to see next commit to the Maize & Blue, Tuley-Tillman has been recruiting five-star running back Ty Isaac to join him in Ann Arbor. Tuley-Tillman noted that Isaac went on a visit to USC last weekend, but said the Trojans don't have the offensive line commits to compete with the Wolverines.
"I really just think he doesn't want any second thought in his head," Tuley-Tilman said on Isaac's visit to USC. "Cause if you have five all-American O-lineman, it doesn't get any better than that. I really don't see anybody being able to garner that many people and getting commits from them this late in the game. "
Tuley-Tillman's recruiting hat doesn't stop there; he is also trying to lure four-star wide receiver Laquon Treadwell into a Winged Helmet. He said it is only a matter of time before Treadwell becomes "Blue."
"He is a great wide receiver," Tuley-Tillman said. "I think he will end up coming home to the Blue. I just think he wants to see everything and get a comfort level, from what I was talking to him and what he said. I'm pretty sure, I'm pretty confident, he might come down with us. It's up in the air, because I can't make the decision for him. But I have a good feeling with him."
LTT supports boy with cancer
Kennedy Martin is a six-year old boy from Michigan who is diagnosed with brain cancer. Martin has asked for help to get his name trending on Twitter said Tuley-Tillman.
"He has been diagnosed with brain cancer. I found out through Matt Godin. All he wants is his name trending (on Twitter), that's it. I'm going to try to get it trending tomorrow-- actually going to have it on my arm so everybody can see it…'cause that is the one thing that he wanted, and if I can do anything to make it happen for him I really will. I appreciate anyone else who could too."