It doesn't take long to see why Dylan Morris is regarded as one of the best quarterbacks in the class of 2019 on the west coast. First off, he passes the eyeball test, checking in at 6'1" and 180 pounds. He not only throws a very catchable ball but the ball really jumps out of his hand. Add in the fact that he moves really w
His skills were on full display at Ford Sports Performance's May Madness camp this pass weekend as he walked away as the QB co-MVP (alongside 2018 4-star QB & UW commit Jacob Sirmon) and led his 7on7 team to a championship.
"I had a lot of fun, it was great competing with the top guys from the NW and being able to have the chance to be out there with them," Morris stated about competing at May Madness.
With his strong performance there, it justifies why he is currently one of the most sought after players from the state of Washington for the 2019 class already. Washington, Washington State, Nebraska and most recently, Oregon State, have already made it known that he would be a welcome member of their programs by extending verbal offers to young signal caller. The Beavers jumped on board just this past week as Coach Rushing paid him a visit at his high school, Graham Kapowsin to see him in person.
"I threw in front of Coach Rushing and spoke with him. He said we'd talk in the next few days after he visited me at school. A couple days later I spoke with Coach Cookus and he was the one that offered me," Morris told BeaverBlitz. "I'm definitely interested in learning more about Oregon State."
He hopes to get that opportunity soon as he is starting to put together his travel plans for the summer. This next weekend, he'll be down in Oakland for the Nike Opening regionals. In June, he plans to be in Portland to attend the Northwest Elite camp and will follow that up with a trip to the Los Angeles schools towards the middle of the month. He hopes to get the rest of his summer plans worked out soon, including which other programs he will check out.
There's a long ways to go until signing day 2019, and Morris has already indicated that he is in no hurry to make a commitment.