McALESTER — Dakota Morris is quick. He has great hands and moves. He learns fast and executes plays.
While those attributes haven’t translated to as much playing time as he’d have liked, they’ve also made Morris one of McAlester’s go-to scout players.
“I like knowing that I can give them a great look,” Morris said Thursday. “I can make them look bad in practice, but come Friday night, they’ve already seen that. When (an opponent) tries that, he usually gets hit pretty hard.”
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