University of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris will climb up the school's record books this coming fall—barring injury, of course.
Last season, he set an ACC single-game record with 566 passing yards against North Carolina State and a school record for pass attempts in a season. Morris is no stranger to launching the football 30-40 times in a game, but the most important factor is throwing it effectively.
I believe Morris makes the Hurricanes a true ACC threat because his game has clearly progressed since last season.
Morris dominated the beginning of the 2013 campaign as he finished with 256 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions on 13-of-23 passing in the spring game.
Here are the four biggest improvements Morris has made so far this offseason.