That's a common refrain among Sounders opponents dating back to 2019, during which time the 25-year-old has compiled 13 goals and nine assists from his winger position.
The reason behind his evolution? MLSsoccer.com's Armchair Analyst argues that he has learned to become a modern winger and the player admits it himself:
“I feel like after my injury [ACL in 2018], my mentality switched a lot and I had a new appreciation for the game, a new passion and fire coming back. I think that was part of it," Morris said postgame. "And then playing in a new position — that’s been something I’ve been trying to work on: getting down the line and creating chances for other people, as well. That position change has definitely helped evolve my game in that way.”