"On the Hoof: Morales has the perfect body to play offensive guard at the next level. He is thick with a tremendous power base. His body type is similar to Oklahoma signee Bronson Irwin.
Needs Improvement: Morales could improve his flexibility in the knees and hips, allowing him to get in a better pass set position. He needs to keep his feet more often so if the play is extended he has the potential to throw another intimidating block.
Most Impressive: He is one mean, nasty player who fears no one. As a run-blocker he does not stop until the whistle is long over and the defender is on the ground. He uses excellent hand placement and light feet to keep pass rushers out of the pocket.
Conclusion: Has the size and toughness to contribute early. If he can learn enough of the playbook, expect him to make the two-deep roster as a freshman. He is the traditional lunch-pail, run-blocking mauler who just does his job every day without complaining.
" — 6/3/2010
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