Notre Dame continues its quest to find a quarterback in the 2019 class with the Irish extending an offer to Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin signal caller Dylan Morris. He becomes the sixth quarterback in the class to receive an offer from Notre Dame.
The four-star quarterback recently worked out in front of the Notre Dame staff and obviously impressed.
Very honored to receive an offer from the prestigious University of Notre Dame! pic.twitter.com/5INIWRBPOD— Dylan Morris (@D_Morris5) June 28, 2017
During his camp visit Morris was able to spend time with Notre Dame quarterbacks coach Tommy Rees, who made a strong impression on the young passer.
“I really enjoyed working out with Coach Rees,” Morris told Blue & Gold following his visit. “It's very easy to understand what he's saying because he's so young and it's very easy to relate to.
“I feel like I did really well,” Morris continued. “It was a lot of fun, I had a great time, and the workout with Coach Rees went really well.”
Following his workout the Irish staff gave Morris a first-hand tour of the Notre Dame campus.
“The campus was super nice and I enjoyed seeing it,” Morris said. “I thought Notre Dame overall was awesome.”
Prior to getting his offer from the Irish staff Morris noted that Notre Dame would be among his favorites should they extend him a scholarship, which has now happened.
Following his sophomore season the Graham-Kapowsin standout was named to the All-4A South Puget Sound League first team. He has received offers from Oregon, Washington, Washington State, Oregon State, Nebraska, California and now Notre Dame.