In their overtime loss to Puyallup, Curtis’s freshman guard showed the patience and IQ on the attack of a guard beyond his years. He understands how to read and attack defenders on the pick and roll. He’s able to keep his dribble alive and adjust his pace on drives and fastbreaks to allow trailers to catch up and run into passing windows, and he has the poise to hit big shots like the 3-pointer he hit with seven seconds left in OT to cut their deficit to one. He exhibits a lot of characteristics that make you wonder if he’ll be the top player in the state in a couple of years. Although Curtis fell short of the state tournament this year, they have a lot to look forward to with Morris on board.