1957-1958Senior, Engineering, 6 feet 4, from Elwood, Ind. Earned a regular berth at the start of his sophomore year and has held it since. In his first year, he score d419 points, made 322 rebounds and hit on .427 of his field goal tries. The two latter marks were one season records for Miami, the former was the highest point total ever recorded by a Miami sophomore, Ed had trouble getting going last year, and not until his 23rd game did he score over 14 points- he had averaged 16.1 as a sophomore. However, he regained his touch in the final three weeks of play, should be a whiz this year. He is a good rebounder and has a strong one handed shot from the side. His high school coach- John Ward.1956-1957Junior in Engineering, 6 feet 4, 180 pounds, Elwood, Indiana. Morris became a regular at the start of the 1955-56 campaign and, in picking up 419 points and 322 rebounds in 26 games, he scored more points than any other Hurricane ever tallied as a sophomore- and he collected more rebounds than any other Hurricane no matter what his year. His .472 percentage on field goal attempts set another Miami record. In addition to being a strong rebounder, he has a good one-hand shot from the side of the floor. He is outstanding as a team man. His high school coach- John Ward.1955-1956Sophomore forward, led the freshman squad in scoring a year ago. He possesses wonderful timing on his shots. He's a very good rebounder and gets up high off the floor, making him an excellent tip-in artist. Shoots a very accurate one handshot.