No matter what walk of life you choose to follow, there are always going to be those people who will defy every odd placed in front of them.
No matter what the obstacle may be, there are just some who have been fortunate enough to have the gene that helps them overcome just about anything that may be in their way.
We see it every day. No matter what arena of life it may be in – someone does something that leaves us all shaking our collective heads.
PLAYER: Torey Morrison
SCHOOL: Miami Booker T. Washington
SCOUTING: Sometime during the 2020 season, Torey Morrison would have started more games than any quarterback in Miami-Dade County public school history.
A five year varsity performer, who began his 1,000 yard per season campaign as an 8th grader at Keys Gate Charter, then to South Dade and for three seasons for the defending 4A state champion Tornadoes, all this young man has done is left the opposition shaking their collective heads and wonder how a talented young man, barely 150 pounds, comes out on top – week after week.
This is a football talent that looks easy enough to stop – when watching film, but when he gets you on the football field, he is as lethal and “slippery” as you get.
His leadership, playmaking abilities and will to win games has even the most ardent analysts shaking their collective heads in amazement that this young man, who looks like an ordinary student in street clothes, is capable of carving out the best teams in Florida.
In every big game this past season, he came up huge – and rallying the Tornadoes in the state championship game against Jacksonville Bolles has everyone talking about this coming year.
While his name is NOT on those coveted recruiting lists or talked about by every college coach in the country, the one thing you can guarantee is that those four and five star prospects don’t come close to posting the resume that this gifted young man has.
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