Understands his assignments well, doesn't overextend or get ahead of himself and consistently is able to take proper angles into contact. Possesses a good head on his shoulders as well. Understands the game, deciphers information well and is a good enough athlete to quickly redirect and pick up an unblocked man.
Isn't a real threat as a runner or receiver, but will secure the football after the catch and get what the defense can give him through contact. Rumbles with the ball in his hands and isn't a guy who will make anyone miss. Looks confident in blitz pick-up in the pass game, as well, locating his target, sitting into his base and stunning defenders on contact, especially off the play-action game.
Is a really clean character guy and former high school quarterback who has made the change to fullback and seems to take pride in doing the dirty work. Is an academic All-Big Ten guy ever since joining the football team and is the kind of character guy you want.
Impression: A high character, tough, physical lead blocker with above-average short-area quickness and looks like a potential starting fullback in the NFL."
Positive: Hard-working lead blocker who does the little things well. Accelerates off the line into blocks, jolts defenders at the point of attack, and knocks them from their angle to clear the running lanes. Quickly picks up stunts or blitzes in pass protection, gets a pad on defenders, and knocks them away from the quarterback. Displays good blocking vision and works hard to finish the play.
Negative: Rarely used as part of the offensive game plan. Struggles redirecting to linebackers on the second level.
Analysis: Morse is a workhorse at lead blocker and does the little things well. Unlikely to get drafted, he could make the roster as a backup fullback who also excels on special teams."