Morrison Enjoyed A Dream Day

During the Notre Dame 7-on-7 event, Max Morrison took full advantage of showing his talent in front of the Irish coaches. While Morrison knows earning an offer from Notre Dame would be a dream, he did live the dream for one day.

Look into the eyes of Kenton (Ohio) wide receiver Max Morrison and you know what he showed during his day on the campus of Notre Dame was no fluke. As Maty Mauk's main target, Morrison showed everyone who watched, that his game is one that should and will go to the college level.

Make no mistake, Max Morrison knows he's not going to catch the fancy of college coaches with his physical size, but after watching Morrison shred up opposing defensive backs it was easy to see a Lance Alworth style to his game.

Morrison grew up in a football family as his father (Rick Morrison) was a wide receiver at Ball State and his grandfather (Joe Morrison) was a halfback/quarterback at the University of Cincinnati prior to being drafted by the New York Giants in the third round of the 1959 NFL Draft.

Grandson, much like grandfather seem to have some of the same football instincts and in Kenton's offensive attack you could give the younger Morrison the same nickname as his grandfather was given "Old Dependable" as he was always in position to make a play.

In two seasons in the Kenton offense Morrison has been more than dependable having pulled down a total of 147 balls for 2,114 yards and 27 touchdowns.

While Morrison may never see Notre Dame come after him with a scholarship offer, his one day on campus and performance showed someone is going to get a player who will make plays. Top Stories