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Profile: Hunter Morris
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Name: Hunter Morris
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 200
Date of Birth: 10/7/88
School: Hunter (AL) Rank: 18
Morris has a very mature, strong frame that allows him to hit for plenty of present day power. That power is generated from a big uppercut swing from the left side of the plate, of which he'll have to tone down somewhat to avoid lofty strikeout totals at the next level. It will be hard to tinker with his swing since he crushes mistakes like few others. He is a good overall athlete, although he has more lateral quickness than foot speed, which means he would be a better prospect if he were able to stick at third base as opposed to a corner outfield spot, although first is also an option if he keeps on mashing. He was an Aflac All-American, and has committed to play for Auburn.

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