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At 6’3,is a jack-of-all-trades type on the defensive side of the ball. The 4-star Princeton commit from Lawrenceville towers over opponents and uses his size incredibly well when defending on the ball, combining his height with great speed and a quick change of direction with exemplary footwork to keep his guy in front of him. In terms of his versatility, he can play either LSM midfielder or as one of the three close defenders and is dominant when doing either, and Morrow even played shortstick as a sophomore to polish his skills. He also has a really good stick, helping him with takeaway checks or when moving up the field in transition. I also noticed how much effort he gives on ground balls when defending on-ball, or even when running off for a substitution. With the height that he has, some players would just try to always take the body and lay big hits, but Morrow, while he has shown to get physical from time to time, he often takes a smarter approach and makes the right plays, usually leading to a positive play.