Highlights and Rating: Louisville Football Wide Receiver Commit Chance Morrow



(Photo by Chance Morrow, Gunter Brewer: University of Louisville Athletics)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Louisville football program landed its fourth engagement in the class of 2022, as wide receiver Chance Morrow verbally pledged to play for the Cardinals.

Here is the full assessment of Morrow by Louisville Report:

Perspective: Chancellor “Chance” tomorrow
Position: Wide receiver
Vital: 6 feet 6 inches, 185 pounds
School: Charlotte (NC) Charlotte West

Frame: Morrow is imposing compared to other players. Has good overall length in his arms and legs, apparently large hands and lean muscles. Could use a little weight and muscle to tone up, but not a lot.

Athletics : To a clear outside wide receiver, he looks like receivers who play mostly inside the numbers. His long stride gives him good speed, and he can cut surprisingly well for someone of his build. He has smooth movements in the hips and rarely seems awkward in the open field. He is also a two-sport basketball athlete.

Instinct: No matter where the ball is, Morrow can position himself to be able to retrieve it. He can point the ball with relative ease and not have to jump very high thanks to his height and length. His overall body control is fully visible on return lanes and touchdowns, as he can both stay within bounds and twist to make tough catches.

Polish: Has a running ability that you wouldn’t expect from a 6ft 6in person. The output and road shaft is average, but works extremely well with quick inclines and returns, and occasional screen shifts. On deep balls and goal line erasures, he can carry balls with moderate contact.

Conclusion: It’s easy to see why a handful of championship-caliber Power Five schools were interested in him. He’s got a ton of potential at the top level, with a setting that any college coach would want. He might not be a first-year impact player, but with a little training and development he could become a serious offensive threat.

Chance Morrow Junior Year Highlights: (here)

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