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Cooper Morris breaks out in 2021 for Lubbock Cooper, with more in store for 2022

Updated: Feb 20, 2022


February 20, 2022

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Cooper Morris breaks out in 2021 for Lubbock Cooper, with more in store for 2022

Lubbock, TX: Sometimes, you can look at how a football player develops between his sophomore and junior campaigns, and just know he is destined for another huge jump.

Lubbock Cooper’s Cooper Morris is that guy. He excelled in 2021, helping lead his team to a 13-2 record, and the semifinals of the Texas 5A D2 state tournament. Morris was a key all season, as the Pirates dominated most of the teams on their schedule.

Yes, he has the stats. Yes, he has the size (6-0, 180 pounds, 75-inch wingspan, 4.59 40, and 10-inch hands). And maybe most importantly, yes, Morris is a winner, on and off the field.

In the classroom, Morris has a 3.9 GPA, excelling in his academically across the board.

Here is the coaching scouting report on Morris:

“He is a player who performed really well at the TCU showcase and his measurables stacked up against anyone: 10” hand size, 4.59-40, and a whopping 75” wingspan.

Morris has the speed to stretch a defense down the field but also can dominate with his length on simple digs, slants and out routes.

This should be a breakout season for Cooper, projected as a 6’1" 195 lbs wideout who will run in the low to mid 4.5s by the time college comes around. He is a player who needs to be on lists and in databases for sure.”

Morris is expected to have another massive season in 2022, as he continues to grow in size, get faster, and become stronger.

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