I have seen many great ball players over the last few years that are just a different breed and are naturally dominate. De’Nylon reminds me of players such as Jeremiah Holloman who was the #1 WR in the state his junior and senior year; he is now at UGA. He also reminds me of Jadon Hazelwood at Cedar Grove High School who is currently the #1 WR in the country in the class of 2019. Morressitte 6’1 180 does a great job running smooth routes, creating space, and has even better hands to finish the job.
“I feel like this is one of the best seasons I had even though we didn’t make it to the championship. I will be working on my agility more, footwork, and accelerating out my routes.” Said Morrissette, Who had one heck of a season and dominated almost everyone he lined up against. He is natural talent and I expect him to get nothing but better during this upcoming off-season.
“I really don’t feel any different from people that’s not even ranked in my class I just know every time I step on the field I have to put a show on. I feel like Georgia Battle of The Counties will be a ok game this but as the years past your will see this game more and more around the country” Morrissette is one of the most humbled kid I know and it shows. He takes no one for granted and treats everyone as top competition. I look forward to watching him play against top talent across the state, as well as his match up against the #1 DB in the state Mathias Heights.
Peachtree Ridge (Park)