John Hollinger has published (insider only) his draft rater at ESPN.com:
This is a statistically based predictor of NBA potential that he uses to create his draft board. Hollinger has Morris rated as #33 and his numerical rating suggests he's most likely going to end up a fringe rotation player. He's the #12 perimeter player rated in this system.
Hollinger does acknowledge some limitations in his system, but most of those limitations wouldn't help Morris' score because he played a lot of minutes, was not a one-and-done player, and was not an enigmatic post player that is hard to predict. Last week Chad Ford had Morris rated as a Tier-5 prospect somewhere between 21-33 in the draft.
I sincerely hope that Morris gets picked somewhere in the first round and is able to play his way into a regular role with a team. I wish him nothing but the best. That being said, I still think that Morris would have moved up the draft boards if he stayed another year even with some other stars keeping their names out of the draft this year. I also remain skeptical that there will be an NBA season at all.