What may concern you: He has ideal size and strength but lacks ideal speed and athleticism. That's not too uncommon for high school linebackers at his size. He plays a lot of rush end in high school so he wasn't in on a ton of plays at the prep level. How well he'll be able to adjust to playing in space will be a key question and whether or not he can turn his skillset into a playmaking linebacker.
Bottom Line: Morris is projected to be a linebacker on first and second downs at Minnesota and then put his hand down on third down and be a pass rusher off the edge. If that plan sticks, it's a good one for Morris and his skillset. Recruited like a three-star prospect, he also had BCS offers from schools like Illinois, Kansas State, UConn, and Syracuse.