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Morris may choose the walk-on route

With all of the uncommitted talent in the Houston area, one may ask a question like, how did he get overlooked? And with an athlete like Katy Cinco Ranch DB Will Morris that is a good question. After recording 160+ tackles in the past two seasons, Morris still fell short of a Division I offer. But no worries. Morris has a plan in mind. TexasPrepInsider talked with Morris about his options.

After two solid seasons for the Katy Cinco Ranch (TX) football team, defensive back Will Morris has seen some hard looks from Division I colleges. But because he hit the recruiting radar as a late bloomer, opportunities were limited to him. But after an official visit to New Mexico State, the 6-foot-2, 182-pound Morris is almost certain about what he wants to do with his athletic future... Recommended Stories

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