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Blitz-Heavy Scheme Fits Trey Morrison's Skillset


Now, in year two, has to adjust to a new scheme, a new defensive coordinator, and a new cornerbacks coach as he begins to take more of a leadership role. "The new scheme is real different," Morrison said after a recent spring practice. "Playing nickel, I am really everywhere on the field, in coverage, and I blitz way more. It is different, I like it a lot." (Inside Carolina)

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