"My family and I went up there for the scrimmage and afterwards we went up to coach Petersen's office and he made the offer to me there," Morris said. "He told me they had wanted to offer me for a while and he said he wanted to offer me and that he wanted me to be a Dawg."
The offer was actually the third for the talented quarterback yesterday.
"Nebraska offered me in the morning and Washington State actually offered me when I was on my way up to (Montlake) to watch the Washington practice," Morris said with a chuckle. "It's such a blessing. I know it's a big deal and I'm really excited, but I think my parents are even more excited than I am about all of the offers."
The offer from the Huskies is definitely a big one for the talented quarterback, but he said he's going to take his time.
"Getting an offer from (Washington) was something I always had hoped for since I was a little kid, but now that recruiting is really starting and I'm just getting into it now, I don't want to rush into anything," Morris said. "I'm going to wait and take my time and go through the process."
Morris, who started as a freshman last season, and his teammates started fall camp last week and he said they picked up right where they left off last season.
"We're focused and there hasn't been a down practice yet," Morris said. "We're really clicking well and it feels like we're in mid-season form right now, so it's just about building on that and making sure we're getting ready for our season.
While he's focused on possibly taking his team to a state championship this season, something that is very much a possibility, Morris said he still plans to take in a number of college football games.
"I will definitely get up to several of Washington's games this season just because it's so close, but I'd also like to get over to Pullman for a game too," Morris said. "I'll just have to see if I can work it out, but I definitely want to get out to some games."
We'll have more on Morris in the coming months as more schools start to recognize his talents and begin recruiting him.