By Jerry Williamson.
The Florida City Razorbacks QB Torey "Scooter" Morrison continues to shine no matter the location or talent pool. This past weekend, the future phenom from the town known as "Exit 1" which has a rich history of in football. Exit 1 continues to produce talented playmakers, such as notable active playmakers -- (NFL) Arizona Cardinals wide receiver john Brown and university of Florida freshman WR Antonio Callaway. It doesn't hurt having the same bloodline as the two names mention as well.
Torey entered the FBU' Dade vs. Broward All-Star game in the 2nd half. His team was down 20-0. The all-around athlete switched from cornerback to under center and put on a show. The dual threat quarterback threw three touchdowns and accumulated over 150 all-purpose yards, helping his team take the lead 26-20. However, with a two minutes remaining in the 4th quarter, Broward scored on a quick slant and defeated Dade All-Stars. His efforts didn't go unknown, as he was named the game MVP and was extended an invitation to the All-American Bowl. Which is consider the Army All-American or Under Armour All-American bowl for youth football athletes.
Torey, has blazing speed as well. Did you know? He recorded an electronically timed 4.98/40 this past summer without a track and field background. Did you also know? Torey attended Generation Nexxt Ultimate skills challenge and was moved up to compete with upcoming 8th graders, because his age group didn't challenge him. Furthermore, he surprisingly made the Elite 5 showcase group, which is the top 5 overall wide receivers and cornerbacks in the 8th grade, that attended the Generation Nexxt' Ultimate skills challenge event at the Chamber this past summer located in Davie, FL.
He's a rising star that's is finally receiving the recognition he deserves, after leading his team to the Pop Warner Division 1 National Championship game last fall. He's a quarterback first and athlete second. Torey, just happens to know how to throw very well. I have observed this young man since the 3rd grade, and he's someone that just flat out shines on the big stage. His uncle' Florida International University freshman quarterback Maurice "Hardtime" Alexander, aids to his success both on-and-off the field. The town known as Exit 1 - has yet another star you will see come high school, college and the NFL. Some kids just know will play on Saturdays and Sundays and this young man whether it's at QB, WR or CB is one of them. Torey, was also selected as Generation Nexxt' Dade County Merit selection for his 7th grade class. Which means you're consider the TOP 15 overall playmaker in your class for your county.