Recruiting analysts seem to be all over the board on 2010 recruit Jason Morris (#43 Scout, #22 Rivals, #34 ESPN) at the moment, and we got a good sense why here in Springfield, being able to see both the strong and weak points of his game.
Morris has a very nice physical profile, being a long and athletic 6-4 shooting guard with a great frame and an obvious ability to create his own shotwhich already separates him from most of the players in his class. He has great scoring instincts and is capable of getting to the rim with ease at this level, showing a very versatile offensive game for such a young player. Morris can get to the rim and finish with excellent body control, make outside shots, or utilize a pull-up jumper to score from mid-range, not being shy in the least bit asserting himself.
Obviously not a very polished player or a great decision maker, Morris took some really bad shots early in the offense, pulling up wildly off the dribble with a man in his face and missing most of his attempts, sometimes badly. He still has a ways to go in terms of learning how to pick his spots and maximize his talents, losing focus pretty easily and showing a real wild side. He felt a need to trash talk his opponent for almost the entire game despite being down on the scoreboard pretty much the whole way through. Still extremely young and obviously with a long ways to, Morris is a player to keep an eye on over the next few years.