The 45 Most Valuable Rebels of 2014: No. 13 Aaron Morris


The 2014 Ole Miss football season is just around the corner. Now that we have hit the 45 day mark until kickoff, we are going to countdown the most valuable Rebel players this season. Their rankings are based on their positions and how much of an impact they will bring to the table. Today on the countdown is…

In 2013: Aaron Morris suffered a season ending torn ACL injury in the opening game against Vanderbilt. In the game against Vanderbilt, Morris started at left guard and helped the offense produce 489 offensive guards, 39 points, and the win. Morris was named preseason All-SEC second team by Athlon.

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The Value: Aaron Morris is one of the most talented and arguably the most experienced (aside from Justin Bell) offensive lineman on the team. The Rebels suffered major setbacks in depth when Morris tore his ACL last season. Now, with Morris healthy again, his talent and experience will be invaluable to the Rebels’ offensive line this season. He is listed as the preseason starting left guard. It is possible to see Rod Taylor or Carlton Martin backing up Aaron Morris this season.