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- 4 years 31 weeks
|4 years 25 weeks ago||Sounds like a great kid.||
Sounds like a great kid. Looking forward to him competing for Michigan on the field and also doing well in the classroom. As any father of a boy can attest Mo Sr has done himself and his son a great disservice by not playing a role in his son's life. I am thrilled when my six year old does well on the soccer field and I never even played that game. I can't imagine the joy of watching a son excel at the same sport at such a high level. Here's hoping that Mo Jr will some day have the opportunity to do things differently with his son.
|4 years 28 weeks ago||The field is supposed to be||
The field is supposed to be open. Details can be found on the athletic department's website along with a map of the stadium.
|4 years 31 weeks ago||So let's see............... -||
So let's see...............
- Most observers stated that Morris has the strongest arm of all the participants
- On day two Morris earned a gold jersey for most accurate passer of that day
- Most of the recruiting gurus in attendance had Morris in their top 2-4 overall for the five days
- Those same gurus reported good results for his red zone and two minute drills over the last two days, putting him at the head of most of the group's that he participated.
All of this from third party observers yet Dilfer and his group felt that his performance wasn't good enough to even break into the top 11?
I know that none of this is ever going to mean the difference between a win or a loss once the kid hits campus, but Morris seems like a camp junkie and is very competitive. I can imagine that not placing in the top 11 has got to hurt, especially since it appears that he performed very well in many facets of this camp.